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Devils Lake Fishing Reports

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Devils Lake (Overview) - Friday, April 10, 2015
By: on 04/10/2015 3:15 PM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
Anyone still fishing on the ice out there or that game over?
Devils Lake (Overview) - Tuesday, April 7, 2015
By: on 04/07/2015 1:13 PM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
 Anybody fishing from shore for Northerns yet?
Devils Lake (Overview) - Saturday, April 4, 2015
By: on 04/04/2015 08:45 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
 I lost a camouflage tackle box at churches ferry yesterday around 6 pm. Realizing I left it on shore went back to look for it. It was already gone. If anyone found it id love to get it back. 7012382983 thanks
Devils Lake (Overview) - Friday, March 20, 2015
By: on 03/20/2015 08:23 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
Same as last couple reports, I'm wondering how access and ice conditions are. The wife isn't too keen on me heading up there for one last day tomorrow so I need some positive juice to ease her mind...

likely be on Pelican or somewhere in that area. Any access reports or general ice reports today would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. 
Devils Lake (Overview) - Thursday, March 19, 2015
By: on 03/19/2015 09:54 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
Heading up tomorrow for a quick day trip. Can anyone tell me shoreline conditions?
Devils Lake (Overview) - Sunday, March 15, 2015
By: on 03/17/2015 12:38 PM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
 Went out on Sunday. Fished for perch during the day and caught a few nice ones. We were fishing the old shoreline in about 25 feet of water. Graphed fish pretty steady, but they were not much for biters. Switched to walleyes at about 4:00 and moved to an old road bed. We started off the road, graphed a few but slow until about 6:00 then we moved up on top of the road. The bite was steady, fishing was good until 8:00.
Access was four wheelers, avoid shoreline areas where the snow had drifted in, very slushy under the snow that remains. Ice was about 2 to 3 feet, still pretty solid. Heard that there were pickups driving on at Grahams Island on saturday.
Devils Lake (Overview) - Monday, March 16, 2015
By: on 03/16/2015 2:52 PM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
The ice and shore were fine on Sunday March 15th.  There is water in spots and others are starting to Honeycomb.  We drove ATV's without issue.  The fishing was hot, you had to move to find them.  If you talk to any of the bait shops they offer no help, some are simply down right rude.  Buy bait from the ones that will be truthful.  Be courteous when on the lake, drive with caution around fisherman. We saw a lot of people come out and simply jump right in your holes that you drilled.  Even had the world famous guides drive by us doing about 40-50 MPH. 
Devils Lake (Overview) - Saturday, March 14, 2015
By: on 03/14/2015 05:50 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
Wondering what access is like. Can a person walk on or are shorelines thawed by now?  Thanks
Devils Lake (Overview) - Wednesday, March 11, 2015
By: on 03/11/2015 11:48 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
If you have an ice house on the lake and plan to get it off this weekend, I'd change my plans and do it right now.  The ice is going fast and access on even faster. 
Devils Lake (Overview) - Wednesday, March 11, 2015
By: on 03/11/2015 01:41 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
 Not a report, but how thick is the ice? Will I need the extension? Going out this weekend, so want to be prepared.
Six Mile Bay - Tuesday, March 10, 2015
By: on 03/10/2015 1:12 PM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
 Heading up to Devils Lake this weekend chasing some pike. Just wondering where we should try? I've always had success in 6 mile but wanna try some new water or if anywhere is holding a little bigger fish? Also wondering what the word on the accesses are and how the ice along the shore is holding up with this warm weather. Thanks 
Devils Lake (Overview) - Tuesday, March 10, 2015
By: on 03/10/2015 11:34 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
 Heading up to Devils Lake for a long weekend. How has fishing been for walleye and Perch? How deep? 
Devils Lake (Overview) - Friday, March 6, 2015
By: on 03/06/2015 08:31 AM | Add Comment | Post New Report |

Coming up for the weekend and just wondering if I can get some info on is there any place to stay away from cause of no fish showing up. Also need to stalk up on the northern for pickling any ideas on were to slam some bigger the better and is smelt working the best or herring. Anything helps 

Main Bay/Creel Bay - Sunday, February 15, 2015
By: on 02/19/2015 2:20 PM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
Feb. 15: Was on east side of Creel Bay by golf course from 4pm - 6pm. Fishing about 25-30 feet of water. Had one pole with a bobber and another pole to jig with. No bites jigging, but all bites with the bobber. Used small red hook and hooking the minnow through the tail. The walleyes were really nibbling. Landed 2 walleyes and missed 3. Not bad for a couple hours on the ice. 
Devils Lake (Overview) - Friday, February 6, 2015
By: on 02/06/2015 1:26 PM | Add Comment | Post New Report |
 February 5th

Devils Lake has been producing some fish! The weather has turned a little bit cooler since last week but the fishing has stayed steady. Last weekend was the 31st Annual Volunteer Fire Department Ice Fishing Tournament and it was a huge success. There were plenty of fish caught during the 2.5 hours the tournament was held, and the biggest fish was a whopping 7.5 pound walleye!

Perch fishing has remained steady. The same stays true as the report last week goes, the perch have been more active on the sunny days than the cloudy days. If you are willing to drill lots of holes and move around a bit you can get into some good schools of perch. It seems like you can sit at one hole and pull 4 or 5 fish out of that spot and then have to move on to another spot to catch 4 or 5 more. The depths have been pretty variable. Anywhere between 17-45 feet of water has been where we are finding perch.

The walleye and pike bite is still steady too. Fishing transition points anywhere from 10-25 feet of water has been the ticket with the early morning and early evening walleye bites. Go shallow along shorelines for pike and you will have a fun time! There have also been some recent reports of some nice pike being caught and speared.

Check out our local bait shops for some more information on what tackle and bait has been working the best. They are great at providing fisherman with good information to help them get on fish. Good luck to all the anglers this coming weekend!

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