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Friday, June 11, 2021
By Dave Graybill
I want to do some walleye fishing, and it is hard to decide where to go right now. I have had exceptional luck catching big walleye this season. I have got my biggest walleye ever on Moses Lake, a 24-inch fish, and on Banks Lake, a 25-inch fish. I was on Lake Roosevelt fishing for northern pike and landed a walleye that weighed 12 pounds! I hope you have seen the video I did on walleye and smallmouth bass fishing I did with Austin Moser last month. You can see why Moses Lake is high on my list of a place to go for walleye. I had some good days on Potholes earlier this season, and my fishing buddy in Moses Lake said it would be worth a shot right now. That sounded great to me, so we are headed out there on Friday. I have another reason to hit Potholes. There are some huge bluegill in here and the crappie fishing has been really good the past couple of years. I have never taken the time to fish for them. I will on Friday. The bluegill we’ve caught while fishing for walleye have been worth keeping. Maybe we’ll find some crappie, too.