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Monday, May 8, 2017
By Dave Graybill
The seminar at Bob Feil Boats and Motors last week was very well attended and Gary Feil and Austin Moser did a great job with their presentations. I had the chance to talk to several walleye anglers there, and they gave me the same information that I have been getting on the fishing on Banks, Moses and Potholes. All the reports indicated that fishing is still slow on all these reservoirs. Most people are of the opinion that the walleye are in the spawn and with the water temperatures on the rise, the action could take off at any minute. I know Austin is going back up to Banks Lake and I am going back to Moses Lake early next week, so I will be able to provide you some updates soon. The bright spot on the fishing front is the kokanee fishing at Lake Chelan. The number of large schools moving down the lake is astounding. The fish are averaging about 12 to 13 inches, but I have never seen this many fish on Chelan. If you want to have a fun day catching lots of fish, Chelan would be the place to go. Trout fishing is still good on our area lakes, too.