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Monday, January 26, 2015
By Dave Graybill
Even though there hasn’t been any of the big “releases” of big rainbow from the net pens on Rufus Woods Reservoir, the Colville Tribe has released almost 100,000 smaller fish into the reservoir this year. This is still attracting good numbers of anglers, and one of them sent me a report on their efforts a week ago. They fished near the dam and caught six fish in about four hours. They also had some dandies follow their baits to the surface. The fish they landed ranged in size from 14 to 23 inches. From my experience the larger fish will weigh between 3 and 4 pounds. It sounds like Rufus is worth the effort. I wanted to let people know that the mid-winter meeting of the Wenatchee chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association will take place at the Eagles Hall in Wenatchee on Tuesday, January 27th starting at 6.m. Keith Jensen will be there to speak about fishing for Lake Roosevelt rainbow and kokanee. This is a subject I am very interested. Jensen gave me some tips last summer that really paid off. I hope you can make the meeting.