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Friday, May 5, 2017
 
By Dave Graybill
 
I had heard that the walleye bite was getting started on Moses Lake, and my brother Rick Graybill invited me to give it a try last Tuesday. The weather looked like it was going to be good so off we went. Launching old State Park launch, which is now called Blue Heron Park and is free, we ran up to the Cascade Arm. We started off trolling plugs on side planers and eventually switched to bottom bouncers and Slow Death Hook rigs. We got nothing and none of the other anglers working this area were getting anything either. We then ran up past Connelly Park. Here we saw my friend Dennis Beich with a whopper walleye, but it was only one they had. We have usually had good action on walleye further up the lake and gave that a try. We talked to anglers in other boats and most any of them had was two fish. We fished bottom bouncers with Slow Death Hooks again and Rick landed one fish. We tried plugs again and Rick lost one. I don’t think I ever got a bite. With the hot weather ahead, the bite could come on any day at Moses Lake. It just wasn’t happening when we were there.