Dave Spaid Guiding

South Dakota's Finest Hunting and Fishing Trips

Welcome to Dave Spaid Guiding, Spaid Farms, South Dakota Walleye Fishing & Pheasant Hunting Guide Trips

South Dakota's Finest Hunting and Fishing Trips

Welcome to Dave Spaid Guiding, Spaid Farms, South Dakota Walleye Fishing & Pheasant Hunting Guide Trips

South Dakota's Finest Hunting and Fishing Trips

Welcome to Dave Spaid Guiding, Spaid Farms, South Dakota Walleye Fishing & Pheasant Hunting Guide Trips

(605) 222-5009

(605) 222-5009

(605) 222-5009

 

US Coast Guard Master Captain 50GT
Certified CPR and First Aid
Local resident with 30+ years guiding experience
Guided SD Fishing and Hunting Trips

 

 

US Coast Guard Master Captain 50GT
Certified CPR and First Aid
Local resident with 30+ years guiding experience
Guided SD Fishing and Hunting Trips

 

 

US Coast Guard Master Captain 50GT
Certified CPR and First Aid
Local resident with 30+ years guiding experience
Guided SD Fishing and Hunting Trips

 

Guiding Reports and Photos

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Report Archives

Signs of Improvement

Signs of Improvement

Lake Oahe is showing signs of improvement over the last few years. This season the walleye are good and fat like the old days. A yearly walleye stocking program for Oahe (started a few years ago like the 90’s is finally starting to see results in the fishery).

Great Falls Montana Group

Great Falls Montana Group

Scott and I guided our group from Great Falls Montana. We ended up with some decent fish out of West Bend and some nice perch also. Everyone got their limits of walleye but we had to go through quite a few under 15.

Limits of white bass and walleye on Oahe

 

Snowpack is around 130%

Snowpack is around 130%

I just got back from our Montana Missouri River fly fishing trip and it was great.  The locals say the snowpack is around 130% of normal. That should provide an excellent rise for spawning and reproduction for Lakes Oahe and Sharpe.  It is about 3-4 ft higher already.  Stay tuned for more fishing information here in a week or so.