North Saskatchewan River fishing fans, Luke Brian and Ken are back in Alberta fishing for walleye and migratory waterfowl hunting. Their annual trip from california turned into another great day on the North Saskatchewan River. Ken boated a 14lb walleye last year for the groups biggest fish and boated the biggest fish again this year a gutty 30incher. One 36in pike and 115 walleye in 4.5hrs where boated and a good sized black bear was observed running the bluffs.
Rob booked his first North Saskatchewan River Walleye fishing Charter and the half day turned out to be a really nice fall day on the North Saskatchewan River. The first fish of the day was the beginning of a endless parade of walleye. 73 walleye boated in 2hrs on a no stop fish bite every cast. The charter covered 55 miles of the NSR.
Dave Rick and Jeremie and I launched into the North Saskatchewan River on a frosty morning with our breathe hanging thick in the air today. High velocity winds persisted throughout the day making fishing techniques and locations very difficult to produce large numbers of fish. Moving lots to maximize angler effort and focus on key areas paid off boating 51 walleye and 4 sauger in 4hrs.
Josh,s North Saskatchewan River fishing guide charter was a return trip after a bummer trip from 2 years ago. The orange rush/boat broke down and the North Saskatchewan River Guide fishing trip turned into a float trip. He finally got a chance to reschedule and was rewarded with a great day on the North Saskatchewan River. More walleye than he had ever caught before 67 and 12 sauger a species off his bucket list. Fishing under a slick produced sauger in variousl shades and patterns from copper to grey and dark black while walleye dominated the deep clear water of the thulwag. Several common garter snakes were observed migrating to their winter hang outs today. Lake Sturgeon are on his list of must do for next year.
Micheal was up from Oklahoma and booked a North Saskatchewan River fishing charter for him and his buddy Dale. The river had cooled of lots and the bite was very light as we started the day. We caught a few walleye at each of the several locations covering 70 miles of river eventually boating 42 walleye in 3hrs including some double headers as the day progressed.
A North Saskatchewan River fishing present from Angel and her girlfriends was a North Saskatchewan River Guide gift certificate for their husbands birthdays. 3hrs of fishing produced 91 walleye 2 sauger and 1 mooneye. The water levels and cooler weather is dropping the water temperature lots. I noticed a few different coloured walleye as they are moving throughout the system into fall feeding locations before the winter stack. Covered 60 miles of river today.
The North Saskatchewan River walleye fishing remains excellent Lorne and Greig boated 50 walleye 2 sauger and 1 goldeye. They boated severaldouble headers and their largest walleye ever on a 60 mile North Saskatchewan River Guided fishing charter.
The phone rang mom I'm having contractions the baby is coming where are you? Brenda replied i'm on the North Saskatchewan River Sauger fishing don't bug me as she shut off her cell phone. Brenda boated 4 Sauger removing them off her to do list besides 15 walleye on a half day north saskatchewan river guide fishing charter.
Kelly Nelson and Connie took some time off work for some r and r. They had fished the North Saskatchewan River before from the bank but had never run the river. 70 miles later they boated 46 walleye and a pike, looking forward to guiding them again in a couple weeks for another North Saskatchewan River Guide fishing charter.
Spent some time scouting for North Saskatchewan River Walleye as the river has dropped lots. Stopped at my favourite catwalk across the North Saskatchewan River to inspect some of the latest tags. Love that robin egg blue. Whoever you are!
Boated goldeye walleye and sauger with Brady Jamie and Robert on a perfect North Saskatchewan River fishing weather day covering 60 miles while viewing black bear, bald eagles and coyotes patroling the shorelines. The North Saskatchewan River is at below normal flow rates and very warm.