Lake Sakakawea's diverse offering means you can land anything from salmon to walleye along its 180 miles.
Lake Sakakawea's diverse offering means you can land anything from salmon to walleye along its 180 miles.
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Seasons Change, Fishing the Same in North Dakota

Season never really closes on anglers in North Dakota

So the days are a little shorter than they were at the height of summer. This still is a great time to be out on the water chasing your favorite fish, surrounded by cool blue water and a changing mosaic of fall colors on shore. The fishing is still as hot as it was in June and July, maybe even hotter. Cooler days make for a more comfortable day on the water or shore with family and friends. The hot spot today may cool off tomorrow, but rest assured, the school has only moved, not closed down. Click here for one source on current trends in North Dakota. Anglers should continue to have success throughout the state, but some places stick out. Click here for eight great fishing spots in North Dakota.

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