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Fishing on the lake continues to be quite good. Walleye anglers are reporting
catching fish with most all presentations. While many are still catching fish
cranking the shorelines, the fish are starting to move deeper. The better
areas have been the trees near the Mauvee Coulee, the north end of Six Mile
Bay, Old Mil Bay, the trees in the north end of Creel Bay, Penny Bay, and Black
Tiger. Anglers are casting countdowns, shad raps, jointed shad raps, and wally
divers when cranking. In the trees, anglers are using slip bobbers tipped with
crawlers or leeches. Out deeper, anglers are trolling deep running cranks such
as #9 shad raps, reef runners, bombers, or bottom bouncers with spinners.
Shore fisherman are reporting a good evening bite at the bridges and the rip
rap along the highways. Pike continue to be caught in most all areas of the
lake but have moved out deeper as well. The same presentations that work for
walleyes have been working for pike as well. White bass fishing continues to
be spotty. Most anglers are reporting catching some, but the fish are
scattered. Small firetiger or blue cranks like #7 countdowns or #5 shad raps
have been working as well as chartreuse jigs tipped with minnows. This Sunday
the Lake Region Anglers Association will be having their annual Devils Lake
Open Tournament. Fishing hours will be from 8:30-3:30. Weigh in and check out
will be held at the Lakewood Access area. Good Luck & Good
Fishing
 
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