Fishing Line:Weather change could affect activity over the weekend as lake warms

A brief period of cooler weather is expected over the weekend, which could slow fishing activity slightly, though the bite is generally favorable in the Black Hills area, with some white-eye activity reported in prairie lakes and continued activity for trout and other species.

Lake temperatures are warming, a situation that has increased better bites, and recent moisture has helped stream flows in the area.

Missing:Next week's Memorial Day weekend will see a period of warm weather. That could be followed by a few weeks of calm winds.

In the meantime, let's take a look at what's been happening lately.

Angostura Reservoir:Last weekend's walleye tournament produced some pretty impressive results, with multiple teams weighing in 12 walleye over the course of two days, with the winning team topping the leaderboard with a weight of 28.10 pounds. Bass, black bass and catfish have also been reported recently.

Bearburg Lake:A few walleye and the occasional pike (jig and minnow) were present on days with little wind.

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