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Tuesday, March 24, 2020
By Dave Graybill
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. The world is changing faster than we can keep up. Social Distancing is the catch phrase of the day and we fisherman think we have the ultimate way of doing so. But with State Parks and Campgrounds closing and Stay Home orders in place, it may be a little more difficult to enjoy our pastime for the next few weeks. That's why I'm especially glad Marion and I got out last weekend camping and fishing Potholes Reservoir. We camped overnight at the launch at Road M on the Lind Coulee and fished just below the bridge Saturday morning. Fishing was slow as we caught one 16-inch walleye. We ran up to Crab Creek and then back down, finally settling with a herd of boats off Medicare Beach. There I caught my personal-best walleye of 21-inches and 2.5-pounds. But that was it for Saturday, just two fish. We tried it again after sleeping in a little Sunday and found a burbot in 30-feet of water, again in the Lind Coulee in a bay across from a triangular island. The weather was gorgeous and with our skin freshly kissed by the sun, we feasted Sunday night. Until next time, Good Fishing!