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Friday, June 19, 2015
By Dave Graybill
The hot and dry weather continues here in Eastern Washington, and I figured if I was going to fish the Teanaway River this I had better get to it. Last year I caught some very impressive rainbow and cutthroat on this small stream and was eager to give it a try. My fishing buddy Rollie Schmitten and I fished the Teanaway last Tuesday and I found the water level lower than when I fished it last August. The water was so warm it was like bath water, and many of the areas that I found loaded with fish were darn near empty. We did find a few, very few fish, and each of us landed on cutthroat of about 10 inches. The highlight of the day was when Rollie spotted a water snake with a large crawdad half way down it throat. I hope the trout and crawdads get through this summer and we can look forward to fishing the Teanaway again next year. If you have a favorite stream that you like to fish in the summer I would get to it as early as possible. If you wait it may be just too late this season.