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Monday, September 13, 2021
By Dave Graybill
My bothers Rick and Lane and I fished for perch on Fish Lake, near Lake Wenatchee, on Friday. We had so much fun we thought we should get some of our family out on Sunday. Lane started shooting out texts and reserved a pontoon boat at the Cove. My wife Eileen and I took my boat to “scout” out the fishing spot with my depth sounder, and seven people piled onto the pontoon boat and ran out to meet us. They tossed us a line and I tied them off from my stern and put my bow mount down on anchor mode. It worked perfectly! We never had to move off this spot and caught perch like crazy. I had cut some sticks that were eight inches long and told everyone not to keep anything smaller than that. The buckets filled fast, and my brother Rick and I started filleting, after about two hours. I have no idea how my fish we filleted. Probably between 50 and 100. The wind picked up and it looked like rain was coming our way, so we headed for the dock at noon. We all agreed that this was the way to get the family together. What a blast!