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Big Stone Lake is a border water between Minnesota and South Dakota.  Your SD or MN fishing license is legal no matter which side of the lake you stay!  Walleyes are the predominate fish of  Big Stone Lake - however there are nice populations of perch.  In addition, there are also some crappie, blue gill, white bass and Northern pike. We offer 4 large fishing docks for guests who opt for shoreline fishing versus a boat.

UPDATED 8/17/2014

The fishing on Big Stone Lake has not changed much in the past week. The consistent weather pattern has made it very conducive for catching perch!  We are seeing a lot of limits of some nice quality fish coming in.  Folks should not wait for September to get here...the bite is now!

The Grapevine Reef, BayView area, Windmill Reef and Manhattan Reef were all kicking out the perch and even some dandy blue gill.  The presentation is "simplicity"... keep it simple with a hook tipped with a spike or piece of crawler, a little weight to get you to the bottom a casual jig andyou can set the hook.

Walleye anglers will have to wait for the September/October months as the water temperature and the weeds are preventing any significant catches.  We have encouraging them to fish for what is biting and save the trolling or casting for this fall.

Donna
Schmidt's Landing
800-610-4928

The Stansbury/Macland family hit the honey hole for this
nice assortment of perch.

Rick and Larry get a few dandy perch and a super blue gill
in one outing on Big Stone.

Giessinger family hit a Big Stone hot spot for just over 30 perch.

The Vankirk's got their limit of perch just before the rain showers set in.

Doug and Dustin have a blast casting for white bass.

Leon and Dusty work the spinners hard to get three nice walleye,
a northern and a few perch.

 

Greta shows off the bluegill dad caught along with the perch....
good job Dad!

Ken and Lester hit the honey hole on perch

Donna adds her perch to the cleaning table

Ashley's all smiles over her 18" walleye

Dixie, Renee and Ashley hit the perch

Troy and Ron could not be out done by the girls... here is their perch!

Sedrick and Jesse show off their walleye.

Roger a Louie head west to a Glacial Lake and target the northern bite. They hit the bullseye!
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Trei and Sedrick cast for some dandy largemouth bass

Dave, Corey and Jason with a few walleye and some very nice perch!

Dylan, Riley and Jennifer show off the catch from the three families boats that targeted the Hartford Beach area

Kevin and Mike focus on the perch and do well in the Lagoona Beach area

Larry's one over 20" er

The Saufferer family did well on their first Big Stone outing

Riley shows off the catch from his families boat early in the week

This angler found some perch!

Shawn shows off the day's catch with Grandma and Grandpa

Nick's 26.5 walleye caught and released

Bob's 27 walleye caught and released

The day's catch made for a busy fish cleaning house

Cleaning a limit of walleye and a perch

Team Reese catch three nice walleye

Hansen family's three person limit

VanDenTop family go fishing with Jim and get a table full of fish

Brian's Largemouth Bass


Todd shows off one of Big Stone's walleye

Danny gets a northern off the dock!

28" walleye caught and released 5-11 on Big Stone.
Rich caught it with a jig and minnow in 7 ft of water!

 

Kevin got a limit of walleye on Saturday evening!


Photos from the 2013 Season...


A great catch off the docks for the Hanes'.


An 15 perch limit in just over an hour


 Don's 21 inch walleye


A couple nets full of fish ready to clean from the boys out of Kansas!


Steve and Jeannie do well their first afternoon out on the lake


A 15 perch limit in just 2 hours off the Grape Vin