Wednesday, June 30, 2010

June 26-July3

Dom with a 24" walleye caught at the narrows.

Don with a 34" pike, caught with a sucker. Jordan making sure dad doesn't drop it.

Clear Skies with strong winds blowing from the north east. Rocky waters. Water temperature at 63 F. Late showers.
Chuck and Paul went out with Dennis again, Paul had an exceptional day, pulling in his biggest walleye so far at 26”. Their total was 87

David and Bradley brought in a total of 138 walleye, with the largest at 25. Using gulps and spinners

Randy and Darryl’s group came in with 167, the biggest at 26. Using leach gulps, and crawlers

Dons Group caught a total of 57

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Clear skies all day long. Warm with low to no winds.
Chuck and Paul Shubert went out with Dennis today. Caught 66 walleye with the biggest at 25”

David and Bradley caught 86, their largest coming in at 24”

Randy and Darryl’s group caught 161, the largest being 25 ½” .

Dons Group caught 28, 23” the largest.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Caribou At Camp

Morning clouds, cleared by the afternoon with sunny sky but still a little chilly. Mild wins blowing from the east.

Don Nemer and group went sight seeing, and so only caught 3 walleye and 1 northern.

David and Bradley Joseph went out with Dennis Kellner and had a good day. 65 walleye the biggest being 24 ½” . David had a walleye on when a huge pike took two swipes at it before diving deeper.

Chuck and Paul Shubert caught 24 walleye, the biggest was 27”

Randy Ridlon group caught 172 walleye, with half a dozen bigger than 23” the biggest being 25”. Still having success with the minnow gulps.

Bradley and David Josephson both with a 25'' walleye caught by camp.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Early showers, hard wind from the north east. Sun came up later in the afternoon.

Darryl and his brother Dan caught 34, 37” pike, and 38 walleye.

Chuck and Paul Shubert caught a 30” pike with “shakedown lures” and 30 walleye the biggest being 25”.

Don Nemer and group caught only 20 walleye the biggest 25” , and 6 pike

Randy Ridlon and group caught 79 walleye, 23” the biggest

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Showers all day, with winds blowing from the East. Water was at 60 F.

Darryl from cabin 3 caught a 23 ½” Walleye using gulps. They had a total of 61 fish.

Chuck and Paul Shubert had 44 total, fished a ¼ day. Used leaches and plastic baits(gulps)

Don Nemer fished a ¼ day, and later went out at night. Caught 2 pike 30 and 34”. Had a total of 47 Walleye.

Randy Ridlon and group caught 73 walleye the biggest 26”, and 3 pike 30”, 29, 31

Thursday, June 24, 2010

June 19-26

Had a great fathers day
Debra, Seanna and Hayden were up for the weekend
One more week until school is out.
We went out and caught GIGI some walleye
we caught a dozen walleye but went thru 4 dozen minnows doing it.
Lot's of misses and stolen minnows.
nothing big but lots of fun.
When I was driving Deb and Seanna down the river we came up on a Cow and calf moose
I wish I had the video camera
the sun was shining on the calf standing a few yards away, it was awesome
The cow went in the bush, the calf was still swimming across the river
I waited until it's feet were touching bottom then called it.
the calf stopped and looked at us for quite a while.
then the cow called and the calf scooted into the bush.
we could clearly here the little sqeeking calls from the calf and the cow calls.
then they both ran out a few yards down from us.
I called and they both stopped and looked at us
It was obvious they didn't want to stay on that side of the river.
I figured it was wolves or a bull.
but she ran back in anyways.
we sat and talked about it
Seanna and Hayden were pretty excited about it.
Debra admitted that she had always thought I was cracked when I made moose calls in the past
but after hearing them live she had upgraded my mental state.
soon I heard a bull call a few yards to our right.
after everyone quieted down they all heard a disticnt bull call.
that was the reason the cow did not want to be on that side of the river.

Carlos got some great video of the Eagles will share asap.

The Arnold Group 7 adults 9 children have been having a great trip
"catching walleye pretty much everywhere. They were in 6-8 feet on Saturday"
They were catching them in 18-20 feet Sunday.
didn't even need any bait.
I was cloudy in the am cleared by late morning and then thunder storms by late evening.
fish were biting very lite.

Monday morning - clear, mile high sky, dead calm.
we'll see what it brings.
The Arnold group was catching walleye pretty much everywhere.
from 5 -22 feet

Took Frank down to get some pics of the Eagles
Had them within 20 yards of the boat about a dozen times.
they were dive bombing 2 at a time.
Frank had a good camera with an excellent lens
He should have gotten some excellent photos.
will share them with you.

Hayden,Belinda, Dennis and I were catching walleye in 5-7 feet on the sand flats.
Dennis commented how hard the walleye were hitting on Sat and Sunday.

Fished behind the 3 sisters 18 feet, big hump 14 ft , jacks hump 12 ft and windy point 16ft - all had fish on them but they were biting very light.
went thru 4 dozen shiners and as many crawlers.
Fed 12 to the Eagles and took a few limits to my Mom

Was in town myself tues and wed.
fish fry for mom and my aunts.

Dennis reports the walleye still in 5-7 feet on the flats except during the dead calm periods mid day.
As long as there was some wind they were shallow all day.
Caught "lots and lots" were his exact words.
nothing huge about 25 inches

Belinda caught a "huge" pike off the dock but didn't get any pictures????

Neal Mcamis group still working hard on the pike
They had some success will get details.
"We got some good quality fish but not the numbers we would have liked"

changed over severall groups on thursday.
Rod Friese group
Butch Bjorlin
and Peter Wi all arrived thursday.
will update asap.

Dennis Kelner and Jim Wolf
"got a bunch" (he is a man of few words)
of walleye including some nice 25 ,26 inchers in 10-12 feet off of "Eagle nest"
photos to follow.

Friday dead calm all day mile high sky. thunder storms in the distance but none imminent.
William Bjorlin caught a 42 inch pike with Dennis on Eagle nest today
walleye were in 11-14 for them.


Here are the pics from our trip.

Jack (age 14) with a pair of nice pike. 41" and a 42" fatty.

Jack with a 29"walleye caught the last night on a muskie killer crankbait fishing a windy point in 7 feet of water.

Sam (age 9) with the best pike of his life.

Gage also caught his biggest pike this week.

Another fella in our group caught two 45" pike within 30 minutes. He was shortline trolling in the propwash of the motor on both of them!

Have a good season!

Todd DeMoss

"Thanks Todd I'm sure everyone would love to see pics of those two 45's. Pretty amazing, people will fish their whole lives and not catch one 45 let alone 2 inside an hour"

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Tuesday 22- Slight overcast through out the day. Winds from the North East at 10mph. Water Temp at 64 F. Neil’s group brought in about 86 walleye, but are still looking for that monster. Rick and his group caught 97 with their largest at 25.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

JUNE 12 TO 19

Another great day at Anglers Kingdom, Nungessar lake.
Saturday 19- sunny with highs in the mid 70s with water temperature in the 60s. Winds blowing from the east.

Sunday 20- slight overcast with winds changing direction from east to north east. Water temperature at a steady 66 F. Walleye hitting in the shallows from 5 to 10 ft on shiners. Rick Sayer and his group caught roughly 80 walleye altogether. Neal Mcamis group still working hard on the pike

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Haulin' in this 28'' walleye using minnows on a calm day, overcast with waters at 65 F. wind blowing from the north east.

Dennis Kellner the "Walleye Wizard" arrived saturday and wasted little time catching his first 40 inch pike of the year. He rounded things out with several hudred walleyes throughout the week.
"They were in 13-18 feet for the most part. Points and bays. "

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

"This is the biggest walleye i have ever caught." -Bobby with a 28'' whopper

Tom Banger and his group with 24'',25'' and 26'' walleye.

Tom Bangert, Kurt Brueninig and Mike Enge
we didn't catch 3 fish under 23 inches today and we caught over 50.
The three of us probably caught 150 over 23 inches this week
the biggest was 26.
Hundreds of smaller ones.
mostly 12 to 20 feet once in a while we'd get one in 8
the "S -turn" was the most productive.
the Biggest camed from north of "The Wall"

All along the face of that bay
Every pass
And if didn't get a bite all I had to do is start the motor
It was fun, we spent all day there and it was out of the wind
( wind was East and South)
Even in these nice big boats I didn't want to be out in the wind today."

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Saturday was rainy a cool
change over day
Sunday a bit of the same
Dennis the "Walleye wizard" got a 40 inch pike on his first day of fishing.
Monday was clear and calm
by all accounts the fishing was slow
However the Walleye Wizard continued to hammer the walleye, boating about 75. Not bad for a slow post cold front day.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

The perfect scenery to fish to

"Some people go there whole lives and don't catch a 40+ pike, i caught a 40'' and a 41'' within 5 minutes of each other."

Earnie had a great day, catching close to 60 walleyes.

"My wife laughed at me and said 'you're not gonna catch anything on those lures' and what do you know, I caught a 43'' pike right off the dock with the green lure, and a smaller pike with the little duckling." Phil Roede

Bobby haulin' in the biggest pike he's ever caught, a 40''Kevin,

email from Ken Nichols
I just wanted to drop you a note and thank you for a great week at Angler's Kingdom. We found the staff to be courteous and attentive. The boats were large and well equiped and the fishing was excellent. John and I have been going to lodges in the states and Canada since 1984 and you are the first that actually gave us a guided tour of the lake. I am trying to get my son-in-law and another buddy to join us on our next trip. Thanks again and have a successful season.


Friday, June 11, 2010