Washington Lake Fishing Report

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Friday, August 24th, 2007

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      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

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      City: Katy Ortega

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Thursday, July 12th, 2007

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: I am going this weekend. Gonna try some new techniques. I have had varied sucess in the past. Largest caught was 4lb. Largemouth in May w/ floating 3" Rapala. Hoping for better results this time around. I am bringing a buddy along for his first Bass fishing excursion and I thought Bank Lake would be the perfect destination.
      City: Seattle

Sunday, July 1st, 2007

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      Water Temp: HOT

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: I JUST WANT TO CLEAR UP THE USE OF CRICKETS ON SHASTA LAKE. THEY WERE OUTLAWED YEARS AGO BUT ARE LEGAL TO USE NOW. I NEED TO TAKE MY OWN ADVICE AND CHECK REGS MORE OFTEN. GENE
      City: ANDERSON

Monday, June 25th, 2007

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      Water Temp: HOT

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: JASON, THE LAST I REMEMBER ITS AGAINST THE LAW TO USE CRICKETS ON SHASTA LAKE. YOU CAN USE THEM ON TRINITY LAKE BUT NOT SHASTA, UNLESS THE HAVE CHANGED THE REGS. JUST A HEADS UP SO YOU WONT GET A HEFTY FINE NEXT TIME YOU FISH SHASTA.
      City: ANDERSON

      Tips: CHECK REGS BEFORE FISHING ANY LAKE OR RIVER.

Friday, April 6th, 2007

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      Water Temp: 57

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Yesterday was the best day we ever had on Holy Moses. The rocks are ok but find the grass and fish it with spinnerbaits, single blade with dark colors about 5 feet deep. we caught 43 bass in 7 hours. The largest was 7 lbs 6 oz. eight of our fish were between 4 and 5 pounds, two were between 5 and 6 pounds, Almost all were over 2 pounds and many were over 3 pounds. One secret is to spray those baits with a scent oil. we tried several types and they all worked better than untreated lures.
      City: fircrest

      Tips: Get out at first light, the fishing was hottest early in the day petering off towards afternoon. Fish the weed beds. Use your sonar.

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      Water Temp: 59

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: this day was the best, we got at least 25 bass over 2 lbs and 6 of these were over 4 lbs. I got the big hawg of the day and released her unharmed ,she weighed 7 lbs-5 oz. documented by a digital scale made by shimano. A new scale that afterwards we weighd a 1 kilo weight and it was dead on at 2lbs 3.2oz.
      City: fircrest

      Tips: we used bagleys balsa bees in blue and chartruese along with a few other bright colors, fishing around structure 3-6 feet deep.

Saturday, March 31st, 2007

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      Water Temp: 43

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Nothing happening yet. Tried lipless crankbait, spinnerbait, and plastic in the bottom of the channel. Nothing yet, prbly need to wait for the water to get warmer. Will try the lakes next week. Anyone having luck on lakes around Newport?
      City: newport

      Tips: Will let you know when something starts hitting.

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Fishing the Western Divisionals May 7-11th. Any help would be much app. Please e-mail me any info. It should be spawning time !! Serious inq. only !!!!
      City: Mesa, AZ

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

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      Water Temp: 49

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Fished Sat. morning for about four hours and Sunday for two hours and caught all of my fish shallow on jigs. Caught one fish on a senko, first one of the year.Half of the fish bit hard and the others were just a pressure bite.Keep moving to find the fish, when you get one, fish the area slow and methodical for more bites.Saturday I caught five that went 14 lbs with the best fish a l.m. at 4 lbs. It seems all the fish have been 2.5 lbs or better. Sunday I had three fish all 2 -3 lbs.Good fishing , Paulbo.
      City: G.B.

      Tips: I haven't had any success with reaction baits , however I'm not spending as much time with them. Brown hula grubs on a football head and shad senko's.

Friday, October 13th, 2006

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Once Again,Topwater Slayed Them,No Hard Feelings To The Butcher And The Truth,Your Just not On Them,Lets Face It This Is A LOL Site.The Truth Is The Butcher And The Truth Have Alot in Common You Have Alot Of Vagina in you,its ok your mommy couldn't help it,you are what is called a poke,I Walk The Walk And You Watch.
      City: Redding

      Tips: Throw Topwater All Day,Spoon,and dropshot,the narrows has alot of fish that are quality,good fishing to all.and remember the truth will set you free,like Jerry If You Give Accurate Reports Everybody gets mad,the butcher is an unsucessful angler with a name that is supposed to be threatening to our sport,your name implies that you are a scared littleman, that needs a mental evaluation as i blogged your reports and you are are not even close to being the fisherman I AM,So See You Tommorrow,And Look Forward To Hearing you Whine and cry.

Thursday, September 28th, 2006

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      Water Temp: whatever

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: There are no 15 pound bass in this lake. Remember fish look bigger under water. There are probably 8-10 pounders, but no 15 pound bass. Sorry
      City: Seattle

Saturday, September 23rd, 2006

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      Water Temp: 62-65

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Our club fished Moses last weekend. The winning wieght was around 20lbs for two days. There were some nice largemouth caught but the winner had all smallies I believe. Finding rocks was the key as the fish appeared to be feeding on crayfish. Spinnerbaits worked early and then grubs and lizards did well later. Fish were caught at various depths from 2-20+ ft. That makes this a tough lake.
      City: Snohomish

      Tips: Find rocks and don't give up on an area too soon.

Friday, September 22nd, 2006

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      Water Temp: 68

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Fishing in the mid section of the lake twards the north banks about thirty feet around submereged trees is the way to go if you want monster cutthrout also small mouthbass are hiding in those cattails near docks and logs. Ive never seen any salmon so i wouldnt recommend it. Great fun with a worm and bobber too if you just want to take your kid out without spending a fortune.
      City: Bellingham

      Tips: Use Blue Fox lures and spinners they work magic on big trout. also the Bright shiny rooster tails have been working lately while trolling close to shore. if using a worm and bobber find some seaweed and or a dropoff and get it right before the seaweed not in it and just enough line to keep your worm off the bottom. Trust me that works.

Saturday, May 6th, 2006

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      Water Temp: 41

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Tried various kastmasters different weighted wide eyes, got a few bites - came up with diddly squat.
      City: Bellingham

      Tips: wait until the water teperature goes up a few degrees and more visibility.

Monday, April 24th, 2006

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      Water Temp: 52-56

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Fished Potholes open tournament this last weekend. Weighed 4 largemouth totaling 15.27 pounds. Good enough for 17th place. My partner Russel Baker and I caught all our fish in 6' or less of water. Three on blue/black jig & pigs. One on a texas rig Yamamoto double tail hula grub the 176 color pattern. Fish were deep in the thick brush near the dike deep in the dunes.

Tuesday, March 21st, 2006

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      Water Temp: Dolores Finch

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

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      City: Isiah Parrish

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Friday, March 17th, 2006

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      Water Temp: 48

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Fished the lake yesterday. Not much going on. The lake is still a little high from the big rain we had. I had 2 nice bites. I landed 1 that was about 2 pounds.
      City: Port Orchard, Washington

      Tips: Caught on 5 inch rubber worms fished texas style. look for the flooded timber.

Friday, February 17th, 2006

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      Water Temp: cold

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: no summary question ? peanut?
      City: morgan hill.

      Tips: I think Squirrel has it figured.. but I doubt it.. hasen't talkd to me yet.. fish safe catch and release...

Saturday, October 29th, 2005

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      Water Temp: 54

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: What a blast fished thursday and friday and caught over 125 smallies between 2-4lbs. Basic natural colors worked best. Caught them between 8-40 feet. Bite was soft. Used my Ordella Drop shot rod to catch all of them. Best 7' rod out there for this technique.
      Russ Baker
      Ordella Rod Pro-Staff
      ProCraft Boats Pro Staff
      City: Auburn

      Tips: Use light line like 6-8 lb test with very sensitive rod and natural colors to find and catch your fish. Some, but very few bites on Jerk Baits and Top water early.

Saturday, October 1st, 2005

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      Water Temp: 44

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: If the fish aren't biting, then I suggest you try:

      Squirrel Fishing
      A new approach to rodent performance evaluation

      Use a peanut on a string an reel it in once the rodent get close. When he's within 10 feet of you, snag his furry little ass with your pole net.
      City: Boise