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Thursday, September 2, 2021
By Eric Granstrom
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. September is here but summer isn't over yet. That means we still have time to cling like a goat-head to your sock onto the last vestiges of all things fun. Not that fall means that the fun times have to end. It's just that there's a carefree feel to anything summer-related. It usually means less clothing, sun-kissed skin, warm water and tons of fishing opportunities. Speaking of which, there are still a ton of choices out there if you want to get a little more traveling in. First thought that comes to mind is the start of fall Chinook fishing in the Columbia River Gorge. This is the time of year anglers hover-fish over eggs off the mouth of the Klickitat and the Deschutes catching nice, bright fish. It's also that transition time on Lake Roosevelt when walleye are feisty and trout are big and ready to feed. There's plenty of bass stripping line and shaking heads around Banks Lake. And, when we get some rain the small creeks and rivers will still hold some great fly fishing opportunities before they close. So hang on to summer and cast a line. Until next time, Good Fishing!