Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Walleye Fishing Reports 8/7/2012 - 12 Stories - MN, WA, MI, SD, ND, ONT

The bite is going strong on might mille lacs
Bluff Country Reader
With calm winds, I was patiently anticipating getting to our first spot and watching the first bobber of the trip get pulled under by a hungry walleye. Looking through my fishing logs of past trips during this time of year revealed that the water was warmer than ...
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Southwest Washington fish checks
The Seattle Times
... four boats with eight anglers caught one steelhead and released four; one bank angler caught one walleye; six boats with 14 anglers caught 17 walleye; three bank anglers caught three bass and released 12; two boats with four anglers released 90 bass.
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MN DNR Weekly Report
Duluth News Tribune
CO Darin Fagerman (Grand Marais) reports that it has been a very good summer for fishing. Walleyes on the smaller lakes have been a little bigger in size than normal. The designated trout lakes have produced with very few people fishing the remote lakes.
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Fishing Report
White Lake Beacon
Muskegon – Walleye, northern pike and bass are fair on trolled crankbaits in 30 feet, crawler harnesses in to 20 feet with baits relatively high in the water column, effective as little as 4 feet down. Panfish slow, look to deeper water close to weedbeds for active ...
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Missouri River fishing report « In The Huddle
Provided by: Great Lakes of SD Tourism Association In the Pollock area they are still catching a number of walleye – with crawlers the main bait being used by ...

Fishing the dog days of summer can be rewarding
Albert Lea Tribune
I found that fishing in August was a little more of a challenge if you were seeking walleye but then our family has never been locked in on one species. I found out early on that if you want to catch fish you have to go for what is biting at the time. More than one ...
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Survey compares heavy pressure, great fishing on LOW, Rainy
Grand Forks Herald
The DNR manages Lake of the Woods with an annual target of 450000 pounds for walleyes and 350000 pounds for saugers. That means the winter sauger harvest alone exceeded annual goals, while the walleye take will approach 600000 pounds once this ...
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DNR keeps an eye on Lake Vermilion cormorants, fish populations
Duluth News Tribune
That's a concern for many anglers on the lake, who believe that cormorants could someday reduce the lake's walleye fishery by preying heavily on yellow perch, a favorite forage fish of walleyes. “It's been controversial,” said Duane Williams, DNR large-lake ...
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DNR: Michigan Fish Report
Battle Creek Enquirer
Southeast Lower Peninsula Fishing Report. Lake Erie: Walleye fishing was slow however a few fish were found in 26 feet of water along the Michigan/Ohio line or in shallow waters 18 to 21 feet deep. Most are switching over to perch fishing. Anglers have ...
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 Walleye expedition really pays off
Lansing State Journal
OLEDO BEACH — T Since 1995, Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist Joe Robison has been putting together an annual walleye fishing expedition for some of his colleagues on Lake Erie. Robison lines up Ray Underwood, who keeps a 39-foot ...
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Fresh News From MarDon
Columbia Basin Herald
Walleye continue to be located near the weedlines or matted vegetation sheltering small perch and crappie. Successful Walleye anglers are struggling to find fish under the 22" keeper mark. One family released multiple Walleye over 23" inches before they ...
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Northern Ontario trip is productive
Buffalo News
Pebonshewe Lake in northern Ontario was our destination, a lake that Harlock had once stocked with walleye years ago when he operated Gogama Lodge and maintained an efficient trout and warm-water fish hatchery approved by the Ontario Ministry of ...
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