Crappie are biting! Water temperatures have reached the low 60's and steadily rising. Crappie are in the shallow, north end of the lake. Males have moved up to build nest. Some females have moved up, most are in 6 to 8 feet of water. Fishing is good on the upper end of Broken Bow Lake. As the water warms, fish will slowly move southward. South end of the lake warms slowly due to deep depth; causes crappie to spawn longer. Walleye are starting to bite, it gets better everyday! In a few weeks walleye will be easier to catch. Right now they are 4 to 12 feet deep on rocky points. Temperature on the south end of the lake is about 62 degrees and rising. Night temperature controls the spawning of walleye. State department has lowered size limits to 14 inches; it should be easy to catch allowable limits , (5 each) of walleye. Bass are biting; no problems catching bass. They are feeding up to spawn. Bass are located in 2 to 8 feet of water; biting on bottom bouncers.
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Here are some clients showing off their bounty from trips this summer.