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Fishing on North Dakota's Beautiful Lake Sakakawea!

Liebel's Guide Service


05/27/2016 Update

Posted on May 27, 2016 at 11:03 PM
It's that time of year again! Time to hit the water!  I hope everyone has a great memorial day and remembers the reason we have this holiday!  School is over for the year and golf season is winding down, so we are taking bookings for the summer!

Fishing is just starting to get good on Lake Sakakawea as water temperatures are rising to the upper 50's and low 60's.  As the water continues to warm the fishing should get more consistent.  There have been some real nice fishing caught already this year.  It looks to be another great year on the big lake!

We have a couple exciting announcements this year!  First we will be fishing the AIM Weekend Walleye Series, which is a new circuit here in ND and has a great format for the fisherman and fishery!  It is all CRR(Catch, Record, Release).  We have already fished one event out of Bismarck and ended up in 11th place.  We were very happy with that finish since it was our first time fishing south of Bismarck on the river and we had a tough prefish.  This series also allows us to post updates throughout the day to keep the fans up-to-date.  It's really cool!  Be sure to check out or find them on Facebook.

The other announcement is that we have added another sponsor to our team.  100X Retrievers is a full service dog training and boarding facility out of Venturia, ND.  Mike and Shawnee Bassett have over 30 years of training experience and I can tell you first hand they did great with our crazy pups!  They are down to earth people and want to owner to be involved with the training process!  Check them out at

We also are working on adding another guide to our team to provide you with more opportunities to get on the water.  Stay tuned for updates.

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