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What you need to know about fishing Lake Sakakawea
Lake Sakakawea is a massive 380,000-acre reservoir that has over 1500 miles of shoreline. The lake was formed in 1956 with the completion of the Garrison Dam which was constructed for flood control and hydroelectric power generation. With its location of about 50 miles north of the state capital and its abundant supply of recreation areas, there is no difficulty in finding access to getting on the water. It runs...
Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Panfish / Bluegill, Northern Pike, White Bass, Sturgeon, Trout
1199.74 sq. km
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