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Friday, October 13, 2023
By Dave Graybill
I had a tough day fishing for walleye on Potholes Reservoir a little while ago. I went to Moses Lake in search of big perch, and we just couldn't find them. Don’t get me wrong. Although the fishing was tough, the company was great, and I had a great time on water on both Potholes and Moses Lake. However, I am ready for a day of catching. So, I am headed for Omak Lake. This Colville Reservation Lake has never let me down. The Lahontan cutthroat are not only abundant but are typically 16 inches at the small end of the scale, on up to the 28-incher that I got on my last trip. There is always the possibility of getting a real whopper. The state record for Lahontan cutthroat is from Omak Lake and is just over 18 pounds! It is not unusual to get 15 to 20 fish in a few hours of fishing. I am very excited to get up there. Next on my list of a place to do some catching is Lake Chelan for kokanee. I am getting reports of limits being taken in the lower basin and a good number of them are 14 inches.