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Thursday, May 3, 2018
By Eric Granstrom
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. With temperatures finally in the 80's, water-enthusiasts will be flocking to area lakes and ponds to recreate now that May is here. A reminder though. The water temperatures are still icy cold that will take your breath away. Also, if you're like me, you've been stove up inside most of the winter and your skin is milky white. Remember to grab sun screen before you head out. Nothing like coming to work on Monday looking like a lobster! Sounds like area lakes provided quite a bounty for anglers on the lowland lake opener last weekend. I'm sure the fishing will continue to get better and better. After my story Tuesday about heading over the pass to fish when I was a kid, it made me think of summers spent at Cain Lake in Whatcom County. It's east of I-5 and juxtaposition between Lake Sammish and Lake Whatcom. I'd spend hours at the end of a dock, staring into the water dropping a line down with a salmon egg, trying to entice a bite from the suckers. I think I caught one in all those years. Proof that what you see, isn't always easily obtained. Until next time, Good Fishing!