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The Peluso Report: Finding Fall Fish on Devils Lake

This will probably be my last Devils Lake fishing report until the upcoming ice fishing season. I will say this, if the open water season on Devils Lake is any indication on what this winter will be...

 

The Peluso Report: Devils Lake Turning Over

The fall transition has started on Devils Lake and the walleyes are starting to do the same. Expect things to be a little inconsistent for a bit. The water temperatures have started to drop, and I...

 

The Peluso Report: End-of-Summer Shift

My open water guiding days are definitely slowing down a tad right now, by choice and also by design. I have decided to volunteer my time back in the hockey circle this fall, so most of my weekends...

 

The Peluso Report: Front Can't Halt Good Fishing

Most of my guiding this past week has been on Devils Lake with a day spent on Lake Sakakawea. One thing is for sure, the fish are trending deeper on both waters. Starting with Sakakawea, the water...

 

The Peluso Report: Sak & DL Both Dog Gone Good

One thing is for sure, we are spoiled here in North Dakota when it comes to walleye fishing and so far, the dog days of summer are pretty dog gone good! I'll start with Lake Sakakawea since that is wh...

 

The Peluso Report: Say Remains Strong

We have had some changes in weather here in North Dakota and a cold front that also brought in much needed moisture. So, what did this do to the fishing this week? Except for a few slower moments,...

 

The Peluso Report: Hot as a Firecracker

The fishing right now is just as hot as the temperatures! Some things have changed a little, and some things have stayed the same. Lake Sakakawea is unreal right now! Tons of fish are being caught in...

 
 By Mike Peluso    Recreation    July 5, 2021

Peluso Report: Fishing on Sakakawea and Devils Lake

Well, I’m pretty sure I completely jinxed myself with my last report talking about my boat puller “Old Blue.” Unfortunately, Old Blue is no longer with us today and I’m looking for a replacement. Thank goodness my dad letting me borrow his...

 

The Peluso Report: Blue's Bonanza

My truck has 275,000 miles on it, and I hold my breath every time I have to make the journey from Devils Lake to Lake Sakakawea. So far, the limp back and forth has gone okay, and old blue is still...

 

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