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Thursday, December 28, 2017
By Eric Granstrom
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. It's that time of year again. Time to head north to Lake Roosevelt and chase after monster kokanee. If you haven't seen our video we did a couple winters ago, head to YouTube and check it out. For those on Facebook, I've attached the link to be able to watch as Dave and I ride along with Austin Moser of Austin's Northwest Adventures Guide Service. We launched at Keller and ran down-lake and fished off the eastern edge along a steep, rocky shoreline. On Google Maps it's the area just off SR-21 between Homestead Drive and Jasmine Drive. There's a bay at the upper end we'd fish up to in 40 to 60 feet of water, but fish extremely shallow and up to 200-feet behind the boat. Austin likes to use Sidewinder side planers as well as some Berkley Flicker Shads. Another set of lures that work well for kokanee on Lake Roosevelt are Kokabow's spinners and blades. What's great about fishing at Lake Roosevelt any time of year, is that you could just as easily hook into some really nice rainbow trout. Get your heater, grab your boat and go! Until next time, Good Fishing!