Lake Sakakawea

McLean - North Dakota


  • 49 catches

  • 627 followers

  • 69 spots

Lake Sakakawea is part of the Missouri River system. It is one of the three largest man-made reservoirs in the nation.

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Lake Sakakawea Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Details: Little field

    15-18" eaters

  2. 32 lb. 8 oz. 46 in. Northern Pike with a Berkley Gulp! Minnows

    1. Tim Crowley 0
      True monster always fun trying to beach them!
    2. Good one
    3. View full conversation
  3. along with 200 walleye

    Cisco with a Northland Buck-Shot Flutter Spoons

  4. Limited out on walleys, caught this guy just as we were calling it a day. Had to let him go.

    Sauger with a Spinner with a leech

  5. Details: Independence Island

  6. Sanish Bay, Lake Sak, North Dakota

    Walleye

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