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After we limited on Lake Roosevelt, Austin Moser took us to Banks Lake to pull crank baits for walleye. Here is an example of the size of the fish we caught.
Here is Austin Moser and I with a couple of the big kokanee we caught on Lake Roosevelt. We fished at about 50 feet and found the fish in the Swawilla Basin, up from Spring Canyon.
Our last trip to Lake Roosevelt for big kokanee was a huge success. Austin Moser put our group on good numbers of fish. We caught them on Kokabow Tackle spinners and home made lures.
The very first fish that my daughter landed on our recent trip to Banks Lake was this 30-inch, 9-pound walleye. We got this one and 13 more on Dutch Fork Custom Lures Blue Fire Tiger Turtle Back spinners with worms.
Kokanee fishing was very good off Lakeside Park on Lake Chelan. We fished in the afternoon and got eight fish and lost five in a couple of hours. Kokabow Fishing Tackle small blades and orange spinners did the job.
Tony Hanna of North Bend is congratulated by a fellow angler at the Quincy Valley Tourism Pike Minnow Derby. He towed home a new boat for his efforts at this year's event.
Shown here is the channel at Crescent Bar. Grant County PUD has dredged this channel so it can used even at the lowest water levels.
Kyle Kelly got this big kokanee fishing with Shane Magnuson. He got a couple of rainbow, too.
Shane Magnuson poses with one of the six big kokanee we caught fishing near Spring Canyon on Lake Roosevelt.
Denis Beich was thrilled with how the big kokanee fight on Lake Roosevelt. This one hit a Kokabow spinner on a downrigger.
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