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Monday, July 13, 2020
By Dave Graybill
On Saturday I set my alarm for 3:30 a.m. for the third day in a row to get ready for a trip to Rufus Woods. I was going to meet James Lebow and Brian Nielson in Coulee Dam to run to the net pens from Seaton Grove. James had just been there and had a terrific day catching a mix of triploids and walleye. James shut the big motor down just below the net pens and fairly close to shore and we put our lines out. We were rigged for walleye and figured we would probably get our triploids on the same gear. Sure enough, the first two fish we landed were nice fat triploids. We were watching the depth finder and were seeing some walleye marks, so we kept our baits close to the bottom. We picked up another triploid and not long after we got our gear back out—chaos! I hooked up, then James and then Brian—we had a triple going and we didn’t know what we had on our lines. It turned out we had two walleye and a triploid. It was a scramble trying to net all three fish, but we managed. It was about noon when we finally got our last triploid for our six-fish limit. We headed home with six triploids weighing from 3 ½ to 5 pounds and six walleye that were 17 to 23 inches. Not a bad day.
We got our limits of triploid rainbow and six walleye on Rufus Woods last Saturday.