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By: buc
Posted: 11/27/2019
Species: Walleye
Rating: 5
Fished: 11/25/2019
Hot Spots: 0
Eyes to be had >;*> 40-60' on flats w/ jigs ....
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By: randyrlee2
Posted: 11/23/2019
Species: Perch
Rating: 5
Fished: 11/11/2019
Hot Spots: 0
Sorry, report is for last week. Perch fishing has been hot all summer, fall, and now winter. So far, the fishes are exactly where they were in summer, just deeper, in the 50'-65' range. They ar...
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By: uplandsandpiper
Posted: 11/25/2019
Species: Walleye
Rating: 4
Fished: 11/21/2019
Hot Spots: 0
Day started off well with a couple hits and one fish in the kayak on a blade bait in the first half hour but then slowed considerably over the next few hours. I scratched out a couple fish primarily o...
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By: SJM Guide Service
Posted: 11/23/2019
Species: Perch
Rating: 4
Fished: 11/23/2019
Hot Spots: 0
We got a late start this morning but it did't seem to matter. I decided to start out fishing for Rainbows and the fishing was great, we used Repalas on the surface and caught 7 fish fairly quick, then...
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By: walleyemark
Posted: 11/25/2019
Species: Walleye
Rating: 5
Fished: 11/23/2019
Hot Spots: 0
Took my buddy Ken out for a little walleye fishing on the Arm. Finally, somebody caught more burbot than I did. Ken caught 4 and I caught 2; although I do still have a 50 burbot lead over all of my fi...
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By: lake Rsvlt chrtrs
Posted: 11/23/2019
Species: Walleye
Rating: 5
Fished: 11/23/2019
Hot Spots: 0
What an AWESOME day on Lake Roosevelt fishing for Walleye. We fished for the last 2 days around the Hunters area; North and South of the boat landing. We have been fishing on the edge of the sand flat...
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Recent Articles

The latest and greatest articles from our Northwest Fishing Reports staff writers!
Black Friday Isn't Just For Shopping!
Black Friday Isn't Just For Shopping!
Author: John Kruse
Posted: 11/29/2019
THE WASHINGTON OUTDOORS REPORT November 22 – November 29, 2019 BLACK FRIDAY IS FOR FISHING Tens of thousands of one to three-pound trout, primarily rainbows averaging 15-inches or longer, are being stocked in lakes all over the state. This gives you a great reason so skip a hectic trip to a big box store or mall on Black Friday and instead, head out for a relaxing day on the water to c...
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November Means Chums!
November Means Chums!
Author: Jason Brooks
Posted: 11/4/2019
Last November I took a friend and my son down a coastal river for some fishing. The friend moved to the Pacific Northwest from Texas and had never caught a salmon before. He was an avid angler and whitewater rafter so being on a river was no big deal to him but catching his first salmon turned out to be one of the best experiences he had while floating down a river. Pulling into a backwater slough...
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Chum Secrets
Chum Secrets
Author: Hannah Pennebaker
Posted: 11/4/2019
When asked to identify the types of Pacific salmon, most Northwesterners can readily name the feisty coho, the red sockeye, the plentiful pink, and, of course, the mighty chinook salmon. Fewer can name the chum, or dog, salmon. The lesser known fifth species of Pacific salmon gets its place in the spotlight starting in November. This is the least pressured salmon run in the state, but those who kn...
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Landing A Big Fish From A Kayak
Landing A Big Fish From A Kayak
Author: Jo Starling for Fix.com
Posted: 11/4/2019
The thought of fighting big fish from a kayak is enough to raise the pulse of any angler. However, you should never pick such a fight without a battle plan, especially when your battleground is not open terrain because any hooked fish will run for cover. Fishing from a boat or land provides fairly solid anchorage, but what do you do when you are fishing from a very “towable” vessel, like a kayak? ...
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Tanner Fresh Fish Processing
Here at Tanner’s we process only the finest catches of the sea. We carry everything from small fish to Alaskan salmon and king crab. All of the fish we process are thoroughly checked for freshness and size. We have a very extensive seafood processing process to ensure freshness and quality pieces of fish. If you are a fan of seafood, you’ve come to the right place. Now is the time to take advantage of this great opportunity to enjoy the best seafood on the market.

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