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Friday, August 7, 2020
By Dave Graybill
I was out on Lake Wenatchee on Wednesday, and the people on my boat got to see how sockeye fishing can be. We left the launch with enough light to see where we were going, and I motored down to West Point. Not long after I got the gear out chaos erupted. First one rod bounced, then another and then another—we had a triple on! It was quite a scramble as anglers grabbed the rods and started reeling. I grabbed the net and was able to scoop up the fish and get them out of the net in time to land each one. I have never had a triple on Lake Wenatchee and even better, we landed them all. We got another one on the fourth rod before we got the others in the cooler. What a great start for a morning of fishing. We got four more fish in this area, and then the wind really started to blow. I tried fishing for a while longer, but we finally gave it up and headed for the dock with eight nice sockeye in the cooler. I didn’t fish Thursday. Too windy. I had to skip Friday. Hopefully, I will be out on Saturday.