Van Hook Guide Service Walleye Fishing Report
Van Hook Boat Ramps and Docks
November 13, 2014

    Boat docks at Van Hook have been
pulled for the winter. It won't be long until
ice
up. A big thanks to Justin and Dawn
for all their hard wor
k.
Lake Sakakawea Water Levels
November 13, 2014

    Summer is officially over and now the corps has started
the winter draw
down of the lake. We are currently at 1842
and storing about 5 feet of flood control water.
 Discharge is
gradually being reduced at this time. Expect water levels to
drop about 5 feet over the winter to normal pool of 1837.
Let's all do the snow dance and hope for lots of winter snow
accumulation in the Yellowstone. I know it's still early in the
year, but we are less than half of normal snow for this time
of year. 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.
Van Hook Walleye Fishing Report
November 13, 2014

    Sad as it is, the open water fishing season is over for the Van Hook Guide
Service
 guides. My last day on the water was mid-October and we had a
blast.
 Weather conditions were great with sunshine and 70 degree weather.
The fish even cooperated with us catching some nice eating walleye down on
Shell Village, along with some real hogs.
 We took several fish each day
between 27 and 28 inches. I can hardly wait for the fun to begin again next
May. We hope to see all of our returning friends and customers at Van Hook
so we can all have many more great days of fishing. See you next  
summer.
                                             
                                                                 ~  Evan


                                                     
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701-421-0360
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