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Author Topic: FISHING REPORT LAKES OAHE/SHARPE PIERRE AREA FOR JULY 1ST THRU JULY 11TH 2012  (Read 122 times)

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Offline Hutch

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Took a little time off over the fourth however the fishing on both Sharpe and Oahe remains very good Limits for most boats going out is common. I have been on the water with some new and repeat customers and have been sending all of them home with full possession limits of walleye along with some to eat while here. The big lake Oahe has slowed down a little with the fish scattered. Some good catches are still coming shallow on spinner presentations along with fish being taken deeper down to thirty fow on bouncer plain hook rigs so with fish every were it is a little harder to locate them. I am still fishing with crawler spinner or crawler plain hooks when deeper. Most baits from minnow leeches and pulling plugs are working so take your pick. The governorís cup tournament is next week end so will see how that goes but lots of real good teams and lots of fish so I expect some really nice results if the weather cooperates. Sharpe is still going strong and getting a 16 inch average limit is the norm. Here I have been fishing shallow following weed lines with nightcrawer/spinner rigs in 7 fow but the last two times the fish were a little deeper so fishing was in around 14 fow producing nice limits daily. They are preforming routine boat checks in different area's so having all the required equipment and plugs out of boat is a money saver. Weather is summer so lots of water sun screen and bug spray are essentials .Once again I would like to thank all of my repeat and new customers for their business. Great people and great times.

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Hutch

« Last Edit: July 07/18/21, 04:42:30 PM by HD »
Good fishing Hutch

 

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