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This is a close up of the new hoochie style spinner from Kokabow Fishing Tackle. They work great for kokanee.
This is the set up that gets the big kokanee and rainbow on Lake Roosevelt. A Sidewinder planer, Kokabow blade and Kokabow hoochie spinner.
Rainbow like this one my brother Rick is holding are abundant in Lake Roosevelt. These are all triploids, too. This one hit an Apex.
There are lots of these triploid rainbow of this size to be caught on upper Rufus Woods. We did well on Rapalas and Ficker Shads.
Mike McKee holds up a walleye he hooked while we were fishing upper Rufus Woods Reservoir. Fal and winter can be great up here.
Kim Thorburn, WDFW Commissioner, admires the first over several Sprague trout she caught.
Rollie Schmitten shows off a Sprague Lake rainbow he caught trolling a large streamer fly.
Mount Adams overlooks The Dalles when you view the city from the park at the top of the hill. Just down river a ways Mount Hood dominates the skyline. The Columbia River here offers some of the best salmon, smallmouth bass, sturgeon and walleye fishing in two states!
When you walk by this doorway in downtown The Dalles, be sure and step inside. You'll be treated to some great beers, food and entertainment. Route 30 is famous for its brews and you'll have to get one of their growler holsters. Check out the beer club glass collection, too.
One of the places I have always wanted to visit in the Dalles is the Discovery Center, right on the highway to the launch south of town. Here is one of the raptors that is part of the educational offerings at the center. If you take the time to see all that is here, you be very glad you did.
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