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Thursday, April 4, 2019
By Dave Graybill
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. We've had plenty of people reaching out to us through Facebook asking about ice and whether there's open water to fish many of our area lakes. The answer is yes. With the warming temperatures and wind the past couple days, most of the ice should be gone by now. I saw picture of the Northrup launch on Banks Lake in preparation for a walleye tournament there this weekend, and the coast is clear. And maybe it's just me, but does it seem to you the photos of walleye being caught so far this year are awfully big? Maybe it's just the time of year and the competition for food, or that the big females are biting as they stock up for the upcoming spawn, but from Lake Roosevelt down to the lower Columbia River, one photo after another of giant walleye are being posted. After introducing Marion to walleye last summer on Roosevelt, I know she'll be egging me to get the Lund out and try for some more fish taco table fare. Speaking of the Lund, the learning curve continues on the trailer. I'll have more on that on the next report. Until next time, Good Fishing!