Late June Fishing Report

 In Wallace Lake Blog

Wow! What a start to the season it has been. The fishing has been incredible this past month with many walleye and northern caught in all the lakes. Quite a few trophy fish have been landed as well.

Water levels are slowly on the decline as we haven’t had much for precipitation but they are still good for travelling to any point of the lakes. I believe the last water temperature reading has been about 68 degrees F.

Carroll lake outpost has been the leader so far for biggest walleye measuring in at 30.5 inches long.

Craven lake outpost has the leading Northern pike so far at 46.5 inches long.

Both sets of rapids at the Gammon river outpost have been producing lots of fish with some northerns in the low 40″ range and many many eating size walleyes.

Obukowin has really been a gem to fish this month with crazy amounts of walleye to catch in average depths of only 3-4 feet! Basically find any reef or sunken island and be prepared to catch a ton of fish.

Wallace lake has been very very good fishing so far. Many groups having no problem limiting out for dinner well before the 10 AM coffee time bell. Siderock lake has been decent access for the month but I think the weeds will make it tough to travel in the next couple weeks. (book early in the season for 2020 to have this option)

There are still spots available yet for this season & some specials during July and August so don’t hesitate to call for more info! 1-204-755-3473

That’s all for now folks, Hope to see you out at camp!

Joe Hnatishin

Wallace lake lodge

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