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Tag Archives: Lake Oahe

Jason Mitchell Outdoors Episode 1107

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This week’s episode of Jason Mitchell Outdoors takes us to the mid section of South Dakota’s Lake Oahe in July where we run and gun points with bottom bouncer presentations to catch several walleye while fishing with Lake Oahe guide Cory Jueneman. The second half of the show is waterfowl hunting bliss. Thousands of mallards pour into the decoys near Devils Lake, North Dakota in a frozen corn field.


Jason Mitchell Outdoors Episode 1103

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A lot of fish get caught on this week’s episode of Jason Mitchell Outdoors. We join up with fishing guide Jeff Dosch on North Dakota’s Devils Lake where we attack the ice in search of jumbo perch. Dosch discusses several tactics and strategies for catching these beautiful fish. Later in the show, we catch too many walleyes to count on Lake Oahe just south of Bismarck, North Dakota where we troll crankbaits with a local fishing fanatic named Matt LaMoine.


Jason Mitchell Outdoors Episode 1004

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Join us this week as we travel to one of Minnesota’s top ice fishing destinations, Leech Lake.  We fish with several local guides where we target both jumbo perch and walleyes  Over the past few years, both perch and walleye numbers have come back in a big way and anglers have noticed.  Later in this show, we join Jon Mitzel from Dakota Country Magazine where we troll Salmo Deep Diving Bullheads to catch several Lake Oahe walleyes.  This show was filmed about forty miles south of Bismarck, North Dakota.