Thursday, July 20, 2017

Devils Lake

Anglers are catching a mix of walleyes averaging 10 inches to 20 inches, and pulling bottom bouncers and spinners with leeches, crawlers or soft plastics are the most consistent technique right now, according to Mark Bry of Bry's Guide Service. Some of the guides also have been slip bobbering, Bry said, using smaller jigs or plain hooks tipped with leeches below a bobber in 10 feet to 20 feet of water.
Best locations include humps, flooded roads, points, the old shoreline and weed lines. That offers a lot of options, to be sure, but all are producing, Bry said. Pike fishing has slowed, but anglers are catching a few fish mixed in with the walleyes, Bry said. White bass fishing has been pretty good when anglers find them, he said

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