Moon Lake

Barnes - North Dakota


  • 6 catches

  • 164 followers

  • 26 spots

Still a few trout along with 1- to 6-pound walleye and perch. Trophy catfish becoming rare. Average depth of 22 feet, maximum depth of 51 feet.

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Moon Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. caught on Sanborn lake not moon but app doesn't list it. great day caught quite a few lost a few some nice ones.

    13 lb. 38 in. Northern Pike with a Livingston live target

    1. Tim Cluchie 0
      This was a fun day
  2. Details: walleye and trout with a crankbaits

    pitching cranks shallow and retrieving really fast in september

    1. tony lee 0
      Good Point brian!
    2. Trev Forst 0
      what's the best spots for trout?
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    Hobart 1

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