Van Hook Guide Service Walleye Fishing Report
Van Hook Boat Ramps and Docks
June 13, 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
June13, 2016

Yes, there is Yellowstone runoff
coming in. The river at Williston is
close to bank full and the big lake is
slowly rising. We're also getting
some nice rain and every little bit
helps. Right now the lake is up to
1840.96 and climbing. Elevation is
up a foot from our report two weeks
ago.  Keep that water coming!  
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
June 15, 2016

Fishing has picked up here at Van Hook. This last weekend was the Van Hook Classic
tournament. Lots of fish were caught by a lot of good fishermen. Actually 691 walleye
over 15 inches were weighed with many more released without being weighed. By the
way, of the 691 fish, all but 5 were released alive and healthy. Congratulations to Erik
and John Grubb for their 10 fish weight of 37.73 lbs and first place finish. Well Done!
Lots of fish were caught in water around 3 ft deep on cranks, as well as many caught
on Lindys and jigs in 8 to 13 ft.
Every day this week has gotten better. Lots of nice walleye being taken now in 13 to
17 f
eet of water on Lindys, and this afternoon on crawlers and hammered brass
spinners.
The summer is on the way to being fantastic fishing based on what we believe is a
healthy and strong walleye population. 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