Amy and I headed out yesterday afternoon in search of more saugers. We got to our spot from the week before to find a few other groups fishing there. You snooze you lose! So we headed to a new area, hoping to find another productive spot. Well there were a few fish in the area but most of them were small walleye. I even caught one that was 5 inches... I've used baits bigger! ha! There were a few northerns around and we ended up with one keeper sized sauger. Not exactly the trip we were looking for but like the say... Even the worst day fishing is better than working!!! It was a beautiful day and it could be my last day on the ice this year depending on the weather. I'm busy the next few 3 weekends so I could be waiting until open water to fish again.
Coming up March 15-17 I will be at the Williston Sport and Rec show. I will be doing a couple Fishing Basics Seminars that are geared towards kids and getting them "Hooked on Fishing!" I'm not sure on seminar times yet. Stay tuned for the times. I do know that as of right now I have 50 rod and reel combos to give away to the 1st 25 kids at each seminar! A HUGE THANK YOU to the NPAA and their Future Angler Foundation for donating the combos! Along with the seminars I will have a booth in the Kids Zone with a casting area where kids can practice casting! Stop by and get the kids hooked on fishing! Or book a trip for this summer on Lake Sakakawea!