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Wednesday, May 6, 2020
By Dave Graybill
There was a very good turnout of anglers on Moses Lake on May 5th. All the ramps were busy, and everyone was overjoyed to be able to get back out on the water. Success for walleye anglers was varied, though. What I learned while there was that if you weren’t on the water early you were going to have tough day. I talked to several anglers that had good success, catching from three to five walleye in the first two hours after daylight. Everything from crank baits to Slow Death rigged worms with a Smile Blade to willow leaf spinners were working. I talked to Austin Moser, who was one of those early bird anglers released a 28-inch and a 24-inch walleye and still had five in the cooler when I saw him. My brother Rick released a 27-inch walleye. I was only able to put one 16-inch walleye in the cooler, but I missed a bunch of hits. It was clear that the walleye have already spawned on Moses Lake, so if you get there early you are likely to find some hungry fish. The weather will keep me off Chelan tomorrow, but I will get there later this week.