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Friday, April 30, 2021
By Dave Graybill
I have wanted to get to Moses Lake for a while, but have been putting it off, waiting for the lake to fill. It is full now, but my buddy James Lebow said it may still take a while for the walleye fishing to kick into gear. He was willing to join my brother in law Tom Verschuren and I for a try at Moses Lake on Wednesday. We launched at Connelly Park and tried the flat above the park. Not marking enough fish, we drove up to the very north end. We were marking a few fish here and I landed a whopping 24-nch fish. I got this fish on a gold and black hoochie style rig with a gold sparkle Butterfly blade. James suggested that we try the point across from the park, so off we went. We were marking more fish here, but also getting snagged a lot. I decided to try a naked Slow Death Hook and that did the trick. I got bit several times and managed to hook and a land a nice walleye just over 20inches. Walleye fishing is about to take off on Moses, and I also noticed a bass fisherman landing some fish, too.
My first walleye of the season on Moses Lake was this 24-incher!