Van Hook Guide Service Walleye Fishing Report
Van Hook Boat Ramps and Docks
January 15, 2017

E
verything looks good for next
year. All the docks are out and
ready to go. If the mountain
runoff is what I expect, every
ramp and dock at Van Hook will
be usable for the entire upcoming
summer.
Lake Sakakawea Water Levels
January 15, 2017

The lake level
has slowly dropped
through the fall and early winter.
Right now lake level is steady at
1837.76, just barely above normal
pool.
 Inflow is down to only 11000
cfs, with
16,000 cfs out. Some
outstanding news is the mountain
snowpack. Both upper and lower
Yellowstone basins are looking
awesome. Lot's of runoff to come

Don't forget, you can keep an eye
on the water levels by checking the
corps web site at  
U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers: Missouri River
Basin, Water Management
Division.
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Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota
701-421-0360
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Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota
701-421-0360
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Van Hook Walleye Fishing Report
January 15, 2017


Fishing is spotty on the lake with most areas being pretty slow. Tobacco Garden has
been slow for the most part. A few fish are being taken on 8 lb flats at Van Hook. Be
careful around those pressure ridges, they're dangerous! Lake access and snow
conditions are pretty tough.
We're taking reservations for next summer with quite a few dates already reserved. If
you have a specific date you would like to vacation, please get  in touch with us soon
so we can get you on our calendar. Look out walleye!
If you see us on the water, come on over and say hi. Most of all, be safe out there!
See you on the water!                                         
                                              ~Evan