Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Fort Peck Reservoir, dam area

 Fishing for lake trout has been excellent in 115 to 125 feet. Use regular spoons behind a cannon ball or a flasher and a squid or fly. Walleye fishing is hit-or-miss with the weather. The best area for walleye is around the Pines in 12 to 35 feet of water. Start in deeper water and work in. A crawler harness and crawler, pitching jigs and a minnow, or leeches are all working. Smallmouth bass fishing on the rock piles has been really good. Try slip bobbers and minnows or cast shallow-diving crankbaits for smallmouth. Northern fishing is always good. —

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