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Wednesday, April 20, 2016
By Dave Graybill
This winter I got kokanee fever and traveled to Lake Roosevelt to catch whopper kokanee. There was good reason for this. Kokanee numbers on Lake Roosevelt are amazing and their abundance made even me look good catching them. Then my attention shifted to Banks Lake and walleye fishing. Once again the late-winter, early-spring walleye fishing on Banks was like nothing I had ever seen. Now I am going to give Moses Lake a try. This will be the earliest I have ever tried walleye fishing on Moses Lake. I usually wait until May. Maybe I am overconfident due to the other good walleye fishing I have had this spring. Maybe I am convinced it will be good due to the really warm weather we’re having. Either way, I am about to find out if Moses Lake walleye are biting for me. I plan to launch at Connelly Park and try some of my favorite spots. Just in case I am going to throw in my bag of bass gear. I am pretty certain if the walleye aren’t biting I should be able to scrape up a bass or two.