The Water Calls You.

North Dakota’s largest natural lake is for any age, any skill, or any season when it comes to fishing Cast a line off the shores of one of the bays alone or with your family as the azure of day melds into the rosy clouds of evening. Venture onto the lake with your own boat or troll for the “big one” from a rented boat or pontoon. Witness the water reflect the sun’s first golden rays or feel the soft breezes graze your face. Perhaps you’ll choose the intrigue of fishing two feet or more about the ice. Know the satisfaction of pulling up a jumbo perch or a northern pike. Whether you’re an old hand with fishing or new to the game, let the local licensed guides lead you to the hidden treasures of the lake. All you have to do is show up. They supply the boat/transportation, the tackle, and the techniques to help you find that trophy white bass or that whopper walleye. The catching is up to you.


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    Hike to the lookout tower at Sully’s Hill

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    Take in the history at Fort Totten historic site

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    Cross country ski/snowshoe at Grahams Island or Sullys Hill

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    Ride the bike trails

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    Window shop or shop downtown

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    Throw in a line along the great shores

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    Take a bird-watching excursion to Lake Alice natural wildlife refuge

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    Watch the sunset over Devils Lake