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Wednesday, July 29, 2020
By Dave Graybill
Sockeye are pouring up the Wenatchee River and opening a season on Lake Wenatchee gets closer to reality with each passing day. I would watch the WDFW web site closely and the reports on my web site and Facebook pages for an announcement very soon. I would anticipate a liberal daily limit on Lake Wenatchee and also expect to see an increase in the sockeye limit on the Columbia River. Everything is coming together for a summer salmon season like we haven’t seen in a long time. I have been getting my rods and reels ready and tying leaders for the Lake Wenatchee fishery. I am one of the lucky people that has a dock to tie up to on the lake. I have a list prepared of people that I want to take out and plan to be on the lake as often as possible. If I remember right, the season could last up to three weeks, but the fish often get their spawning colors before then. I am getting reports of good fishing for sockeye on the Brewster Pool. I want to remind people that fishing for sockeye on the Pool and on Lake Wenatchee is an early morning proposition for best success.
Josh Anantatmula holds up a nice Lake Wenatchee sockeye he caught the last season it was open.