Van Hook Guide Service Walleye Fishing Report
Van Hook Boat Ramps and Docks
July
29, 2016

Everything is looking super here.
All ramps are in great shape with
docks for all of them. The water
level is perfect for maximum
protection provided by the
breakwaters.
This year Justin has put in a
second U dock and nice ramping
going down the hill to it. Pretty
nice in my opinion.  This is going
to be a fantastic year at Van
Hook.
Lake Sakakawea Water Levels
July
29, 2016

The lake level is now
holding
steady at just over 1841 msl.
 Inflow
is
fairly constant at 21,000 cfs,
matching the outflow at the dam.

We are also getting just enough
rain to keep the lake from
dropping.
 All is well and this is a
good level for the year. Far better
than the gloom and doom forcast
levels we expected.
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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Van Hook Guide Service
Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota
701-421-0360
Van Hook Guide Service
Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota
701-421-0360
Call now to book your reservation date(s).
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Van Hook Walleye Fishing Report
July 29, 2016

Fishing
right now is about as good as it has been all summer. All this week limits of
really nice fish have been coming in from a variety of patterns. We have caught fish
on spinners and crawlers in 5 feet of water, lindys and crawlers/leeches in 14 to 20
fow, and some really nice fish at 25 fow too. Come find a spot holding fish, use your
electronics to find where they are holding, drop a bait in and go catch them!
 There
are plenty of fish around in lots of places. Find a hump, bump, or island and fish
wher
you see them on the sonar!
My personal best pattern is 16 to 23 fow on lindys and
crawlers or leeches.
Just pull onto a hump without boats, use your sonar to graph the
area looking for fish on or near the bottom. If you don't see fish, move on to another
location.
Lots of boats catching fish, will spook all the good ones. The fish are
everywhere, use your electronics to find them, NOT YOUR BINOCULARS.

The summer has been really good fishing and is finally becoming more consistent. We
are taking reservations by phone or email. If you have a specific date in mind, please
get your reservation in soon. Quite a few dates are already taken. 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