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I had a great day with Shelby Ross on Potholes. We didn't catch many fish but he showed me places I had never gone.
Here is one of the smallmouth we caught on Moses Lake. They were on the beds or crusing all over the north end of the lake.
Walleye fishing was slow at Moses Lake so Mike McKee (shown) and I switched to fishing for smallmouth bass. Sure glad we did.
The kokanee are getting fat on Lake Chelan. This chubby 14-incher hit the Kokabow blade and pink spinner combination at 135 feet, just up lake from the State Park.
It may have been chilly on Lake Chelan when I went out Shane Magnuson, but getting kokanee like this warmed things up. This is one of them that J.J. Menozzi landed that day.
“Mayo” landed this nice largemouth bass right under the I-90 Bridge. He got this fish 10 feet from me, while I didn’t get a bite, and on his first cast! Not to early for bass on Moses.
Scott Franklin traveled from the Tri-Cities to fish Lake Chelan for kokanee with Shane Magnuson. He was pleased with the fish he caught. Scott is great guy to have on the boat.
Kent Bacon, in hat, and Pat Curran with the Quincy Valley Tourism Association calculate the cumulative weight of a young angler’s catch at this year’s the Burke Lake Trout Derby.
The Grand Prize at this year’s Quincy Valley Tourism’s Trout Derby at Burke Lake was a new boat, trailer and motor. Shown here is winner Amie Durfee and Kent Bacon with the QVTA.
Austin Moser shows off one of the walleye we got at Banks Lake. They ranged in size from 13 ½ to 18 inches. We were in the Barker Flats area west of Steamboat Rock most of the time.
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