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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
By Dave Graybill
As you know, I spent three days fishing for walleye at Moses Lake last week. What did I learn? Walleye are unpredictable. I first heard that the fish are all up in shallows at the far north end. By the time I got there the word was that the walleye have moved down lake. When I fished with Austin Moser we were at the north end, but most in 10 to 12 feet of water. When I went with a friend a couple of days later we got some fish on side planers in 10 to 12 feet of water at the north end, but found most of the fish in seven feet or less. The fish were on the flat above Connelly Park and we were pulling bottom bouncers. The last time I went with Brian Nielson and James Lebow we found a bunch of fish in less than six feet of water on the same flat. We started deeper, which is usually best here, but got nothing until we got shallow. As the water heats up on Moses Lake, the 10 and 12 foot depth, even on this flat will be most productive. But then walleye have their own ideas.