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Monday, April 25, 2022
By Dave Graybill
Last Saturday was the opening day of the lowland lake fishing season, and my wife Eileen and I did a tour of several lakes to see how things went. We have done this many times over the years and I don’t think we have ever found as many happy anglers out on our region’s waters. We started at Roses Lake where we saw people enjoying the new bank accesses on the shore. We drove up the hill to check on Wapato Lake where we learned that anglers did very well on rainbow trout and also were catching some big kokanee. We then drove up McNeil Canyon and on to Jameson Lake. It was good to see the folks at Jack’s Resort operating out of a cook shack while their new resort restaurant and store is being built. At Park Lake the docks were full of families catching fish from the smaller catchables to 15-inch carryovers. At Blue Lake we toured the renovations that have been made, including geodesic domes for campers at the new Blue Lake Resort. Angler success was good to excellent at all the lakes we visited. It was an outstanding opening weekend for anglers in Central Washington State.