Holding the distinction of the most well known of the six Main Stem Reservoirs on the Upper Missouri River, Lake Oahe is the gem of them all when it comes to opportunities for anglers.
If you are serious about your walleye fishing, by participating in a tournament or two, you will be doing the best thing possible to help yourself evolve into a better fisherman. There simply is not a better way in which to force yourself into actually putting your full attention on the task at hand: catching fish, and more importantly, big fish.
We all want a new boat, most of us just don’t get to pick one out as often as we would like. When you do decide to pull the trigger and make the investment in a new fishing platform, you had just as well do it right the first time.
As the weather begins to warm in earnest during the summer months, we see not only the air temperature rise, but more importantly, the water temperature. Just as we tend to become much more active, fish of all species respond in kind, particularly my favorite—the walleye. Because of this, we can now begin to leave behind some of the finesse tactics that are so common early in the open water period.