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JustinD
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Western WA

Postby JustinD » Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:01 am

So I moved to WA a few months ago and I am missing fishing big time. I know we have salmon ect......but that's not cutting it. Can anyone direct me to a club in western WA. I sold my boat so I am a backseater.
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Re: Western WA

Postby ttb31183 » Mon Jun 26, 2017 3:17 pm

Check out the Puyallup Hawg Hunters or Washington Bass Association. Lot of great guys in those clubs.

Oh and there is way more than salmon to chase in Washington. I'm on the east side of the state and our tournament Saturday took 27+lbs to win and 26+ for second for five fish limits of largemouth.

Here is a list of more clubs in the state: http://wabass.org/Fed_bass_clubs.htm
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Re: Western WA

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Re: Western WA

Postby Marc » Fri Jun 30, 2017 4:22 pm

You moved to where there is better bass fishing, not less. Search the internet for some of my articles.
www.RangerBoats.com
www.Evinrude.com
www.QuickDropsWeights.com
www.Yamamoto.Baits.com
www.Lamiglas.com
www.Gamakatsu.com
www.LuckyCraft.com
www.Lowrance.com
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Re: Western WA

Postby JustinD » Sun Aug 13, 2017 11:12 am

Thank you all. I'm breaking down and looking for another boat.
LL South

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Re: Western WA

Postby Marc » Sun Aug 13, 2017 5:57 pm

You won't regret it, the bass fishing is excellent once you figure out the differences. Just realize there are no threadfin shad for forage; it changes how the bass feed and act. Crayfish are big here, and various other baitfish like sculpin, stickleback, yellow perch, smelt, trout, and many more.
www.RangerBoats.com
www.Evinrude.com
www.QuickDropsWeights.com
www.Yamamoto.Baits.com
www.Lamiglas.com
www.Gamakatsu.com
www.LuckyCraft.com
www.Lowrance.com
www.TransducerShieldandSaver.com

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Re: Western WA

Postby Larry Hemphill » Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:22 pm

Many, many years ago a friend of mine moved to Washington state. He called me about 6 month later and was gushing about how good the bass fishing was. We didn't discuss size, but he was one happy dude!!


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