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Wednesday, October 28, 2015
By Dave Graybill
Now that temperatures have dropped I had been wondering how the walleye fishing was holding up on Potholes Reservoir. Well, I got a chance to find out last Saturday. I was invited to join Shane and Audre Magnuson, of Upper Columbia Guide Services and their walleye guide Jordon Osborn for a morning of walleye fishing. We left the dock at the State Park and ran across to the area below the mouth of Crab Creek. We had our first fish by 8:15. We had 14 by 10:30 and three limits by noon. I talked them into staying that late as we were so close to having our limits at 11:30. We just needed two more fish. Soon I had on what I was sure was the biggest fish of the day, which it was until Shane, who had a fish on at the same time, got his fish to the surface. Osborn netted both fish at once. Mine was a nice 20-incher, and Shane’s was over 28 inches and weighed 8 or 9 pounds! We were all using Slow Death Hook rigs that Osborn had tied. Osborn figures he will have good fishing on Potholes clear into November.