May 18, 2015

The storm changed things. The water temp was 52 before the storm. It is colder now. With the cold not many fishermen are out. The few that were out caught a few small walleye. Someone caught a 9 inch small mouth in the bay. They are catching a few northern pike using jigs and minnows or cranks. All we need is not to have 30 degrees in the morning and things will pick up. The marina is open. We are open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a...

May 7, 2015

Northern pike are biting really well on all presentations. Walleye fishing is hit and miss, with a lot more little ones being caught. The water temperatures are 50 degrees at Maguire Creek and warm the farther south one goes. Brady Babb of Wolf Point caught a 32 1/4, 12.15-pound walleye over the weekend on a jig and minnow. There have been a few others over 30-inches caught. Smallmouth bass are hitting well. Tim Markle of Helena landed a 23-pound catfish using a bobber and minnow from the...

April 23, 2015

The water temps are 50 degrees south of McGuire Creek. Northern fishing is hot. Bank fishermen are catching northerns using minnows, so are boaters pitching lures. Walleye fishing is slow due to the spawn.