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Lake: Glendo Reservoir
Fish: Walleye


Post By: LTC Deano      Posted: 7/17/2017 2:04:43 PM     Points: 155    
Fished Glendo this weekend (night) fishing, Pulling shallow running Raps in the shallows 4-8 feet, caught your limit (Walleyes) in 2 1/2 hours. As my buddy says it beats competing with the water skiers and ski jets.
 Reply by: fishinwfoos      Posted: 7/18/2017 7:47:36 AM     Points: 105
Nice Report! Thanks
 Reply by: ICE-DAWG      Posted: 7/18/2017 12:05:28 PM     Points: 67
Going to try to get out there this weekend but will only have the fishing kayaks with us. Any advice?
-Tight Lines
 Reply by: LTC Deano      Posted: 7/18/2017 2:29:26 PM     Points: 155
All depends on what time of day, Early morning I like fishing 12-18 ft, with raps or worm harness, Hour before dark and after dark we move into the shallows and pull shallow running raps. Let me know how you do.
 Reply by: fishjefe      Posted: 7/19/2017 2:20:58 PM     Points: 2078
great info, i hope to make it back there sometime this fall!
 Reply by: HRTKD      Posted: 7/26/2017 11:25:44 PM     Points: 685
Hey guys, it's been a good while since I've been on the boards. I'm planning to fish Glendo this weekend. I'll have access to a boat but I rarely fish from a boat so I'm not sure what to use or how to use it. I also haven't fished at night before but I think I can talk the boat owner into that. Do we have to troll? Any suggestions on bait/tackle to bring would be appreciated.
 Reply by: fishjefe      Posted: 7/27/2017 11:48:09 AM     Points: 2078
no, you dont have to troll, jig blade baits on structure and you should catch some eyes!
 Reply by: LTC Deano      Posted: 7/28/2017 11:04:15 AM     Points: 155
If you are going to jig, Mr. Twister tails, tipped with crawlers or mill worms, Spoon jigs tip with mill worms. My brother likes Rattlin' Raps, cast and jig back to the boat. Good luck
 Reply by: fishinwfoos      Posted: 7/28/2017 12:01:20 PM     Points: 105
If you are going to fish some of the "community" holes, the best thing to do is get up VERY early and hit them before the crowds (before sunrise) that will really increase your odds out there. I leave the exploring for when some of my spots start seeing a lot of pressure. Might not work for everybody but it's a detail that I have noticed and usually pays off well.
 Reply by: HRTKD      Posted: 8/16/2017 5:47:45 PM     Points: 685
I fished Glendo on the 28th and 29th but not very seriously. My brother (the boat owner) was more interested in towing every kid we had around behind the boat. I did get a little trolling time in when we went slowly up and down the canyon inlet. I also fished a bit near the marina and there were definitely fish there, but I couldn't get a clear enough view of them to identify what they were.

I waded out from Sandy Beach and cast out by the weeds (grass?) that was sticking up. Got a couple nibbles there but I suspect that what was biting was too small to chomp down on my treble hook. (Just a guess)

I did fish at night, but only from shore. No luck there.

I fished the same lure all weekend, mainly because I was too lazy to change and often because by brother was hauling arse across the water.

At the marina I asked about a guide and they looked at me like I had grown horns or something.

I sure as heck won't be there this weekend. All those eclipse nut jobs will be there taking up space.
 Reply by: fishaddict1123      Posted: 9/13/2017 6:37:40 AM     Points: 23
How are you all doing today. Me and the family are going up this weekend and was wondering how the fishing has been.