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Friday, January 28, 2022
By Dave Graybill
It was about 16 degrees with a stiff breeze on Lake Roosevelt when I met Kevin Witte at Spring Canyon on Thursday morning. He already had the boat tied to the dock and the heater fired up on the covered boat when I jumped on board. It was good to be back on the boat with Kevin. You may have seen the videos we did last year. One was on walleye fishing on Lake Roosevelt and the other on sturgeon fishing out of Kettle Falls. I really appreciate Kevin’s approach to fishing. It’s all about having fun. We took a left turn when we left Spring Canyon and trolled toward the dam. He likes this path when looking for kokanee, and there are lots of rainbow in this area as well. He was running a side planer on one side of the boat and rods in holders on the other. There were mixture of colors and styles of lures on the end, and all were behind Kokabow blades. All the rods caught fish We didn’t run into any kokanee and this particular day, but we got our ten rainbow. As the water drops, the kokanee fishing will really improve.