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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Our favorite time of the year...

So many options out there right now! The days are getting shorter and the leaves are starting to turn and fall. The air is crisp and fresh. Such a special time of year!
As for the fishing, we are catching fish in or near the current most days. Seems like some days they want aggressive jigging raps while other days they prefer live bait rigs such as lindy rigs or bottom bouncers and spinners. Best depths around the current is 18-26 ft. We have also caught some dandy perch and pike in the current as well.
Other areas that have produced as well are humps or points that have deeper water close. Fish are holding in the20-30 ft most days, with the key being to find the pocket on each point or hump.
We have also had some good bites in shallower water; however, weather needs to be stable for the shallower bite as major winds tend to stir up the shallows and slow the bite for a few days when this happens.
As we continue into fall look for some of the best action for true trophy walleyes and pike to occur. Seems like the later we get the more aggressive they get!
Good luck to all!! Give us a call and we will get you out there!

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Fall is in the air...

What a quick summer it has been! All of the guides at  Bry's Guide Service would like to thank all of our wonderful clients this summer. Plenty of laughter, fun, and great memories were made! 
As we begin to enter fall...look for the bite  to continue to be productive. Patterns and locations may change a bit, but the thump from those walleyes will continue! In fact, look for some of our nicest fish of the year to be caught in the next two months. 
Seems like there's to many options with to little time during the fall. A really fun option for our clients is to hunt the morning and fish the afternoon (cast and blast), as we refer to it. If you are looking for another great experience on Devils Lake, give us a call or email and we will make it happen! It truly is an amazing time of year.

Mark Bry
Brysguideservice@gmail.com


Monday, August 15, 2016

Persistence is the key...

The bite continues to be very on Devils Lake North Dakota. It seems like every day is a bit different as far as the location of fish. Some days there as shallow is 4 feet and other days there as deep as 30 feet. Without a doubt the most important thing to do on Devils Lake, North Dakota right now is to cover water and keep working till you find that active pocket. Trolling crank baits pulling bottom bouncers and spinners are great ways to cover water and  find those pockets. Some of our best colors for crank baits have been perch, fire tiger, and pink and purple. For spinners a hammered gold, silver, pink, and chartreuse have been very good.
As the days of summer start to get numbered, don't forget that we still have fantastic fishing in the fall on Devils Lake with the chances for nicer fish always present. Often, as we enter fall we catch some of our largest fish of the year.
If you'd like to have a fantastic fishing experience please contact us at 701-739-0161 or email us at brysguideservice@gmail.com

Good luck to all!
Mark Bry

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Dog days equal hot fishing on Devils Lake!!

The walleyes on Devils Lake are really on the feed of late. There are many class sizes of fish being caught on the lake right now, and it is very probable to catch a limit of 15-20 inch walleyes. During this time of year there are many areas of the lake where there is a lot of bait (shrimp, minnows, young of the year fish, bug hatches, etc). So cover water until you locate the active pocket of feeding fish. The old shoreline has been very good (22-26ft) and we have also had great action fishing in shallower areas (10-18ft).
Seems like everyday the bite is a bit different, so just cover water until you find them.
Best presentations have been bottom bouncers and spinners tipped with a crawler, vertical jigging with a crawler, or trolling cranks. Use hammered gold, silver, pink, or chartreuse spinners or jigs for colors.
Pike action is spotty but we are catching a few in with the walleyes. Bass fishing is good in shallow along rip rap or along weed lines.
As summer starts to drift away, make sure to get out and enjoy the great weather and action!!
Mark Bry

Sunday, July 10, 2016

The lake is "on"!!

The bite has been very good at Devils Lake, ND this past week!
Walleyes are being caught as shallow as 5 ft and as deep as 28ft. We are mainly pulling live bait with bottom bouncers and spinners. Hammered gold, silver, pink, and purple have been very good colors, we are using a third of a crawler go best results. Slip bobber fishing and vertical jigging has also been fantastic, seems like the top of humps, points, and the edges of the weed lines have produced the best action. Some of our guides are also trolling cranks in 10-16 ft and doing well.
Pike fishing has slowed a bit; however, we have caught a few dandies while fishing for walleyes. 
Bass have been more spotty, but it seems like the rip rap shorelines are holding the majority of bass.
Good luck to all, This is certainly a time to get out with friends and family and enjoy some great fishing!!


Thursday, June 23, 2016

Lots of options...

This is the time of year of options, we are catching fish as shallow 2 ft and as deep as 26 ft. We are catching fish pitching, bobbering, pulling spinners, and cranks.
Lots of 13-18 inch walleyes are cooperating which makes the days a lot of fun! When we are using live bait we tend to use leeches and a third of a crawler. Jig/plastic combos and cranks pitched in the shallows are producing well when you have a bit of wind. The bottom line is you can fish the way that you want to fish cause pretty much all presentations are producing!

Enjoy these summer days boys and girls!


Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Everyday is a little different...

There are a few different bites going on right now in Devils Lake, we are still finding fish shallow in 3 to 5 feet of water. They're also more fish being caught in 7 to 12 feet of water. As water temperatures continue to rise look for more fish to be in deeper depths.
Look for water with a bit of algae and color to it avoid clear water areas.
We are fisging the far northwest corner of Devils Lake all the way to eastern end.
Majority of our best bites or on wind driven shorelines.
Walleyes, Pike, and white bass are all being caught in the shallows.
Good luck to all!