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Vancouver Is. Spring Report
Spring is definitely in the air on the Island. The last couple of weeks, we have had some great weather and some great fishing to go with it. Salmon fishing has been very consistent. Constance bank and Whirl bay have been good. The west drop off on the bank have been best on the ebb tide. G-Force spoon in no bananas color and coyote spoon in blueberry muffin have been my top lures. Small herring have been reliable when the bite slows down. Glow green, silver green, glow purple and the Welsey fl...
Category: Saltwater  Date: 4/13/2016  Author: Adrian O'Connor, Reel Obsession Sport Fishing
Super Fishing Event
April 16th at the Fishing HoleLocated in Argonne Ace Hardware Spokane Valley, WaFishing is starting to heat up in the Inland Northwest, with monster Kokanee being caught on Roosevelt, Bass tournaments around the area, and Springers showing up in the Columbia system anglers have lots of options. With all the lakes in the area open by the end of the month, the Fishing Hole Tackle Shop has planned a Super Fishing Event for April 16th at their Spokane Valley, Argonne Ace Hardware locations t...
Category: Bass  Date: 4/3/2016  Author: Rob Holman - Press Release
Columbia River Springers
The Columbia River spring Chinook is a special fish. If you doubt it, just take a look at the Columbia in late March when the run is just getting started. From Cathlamet, Washington, to Troutdale, Oregon the river is covered with boats. It sometimes seems as if every boat in the Northwest is on the river, trolling, anchoring with plugs, and working hard to catch one of the region’s most sought-after fish. Category: Rivers  Date: 4/3/2016  Author:  Terry Otto for Anglers Club
Campbell Lake ID Perch
The adventure began years ago when a friend in the local bass club asked “I have a good spot for Yellow Perch thru the ice, are you interested?” You must know that ice fishing was and is the passion of my winters. Fishing a spoon on hard water is effective and much the same as open water in the warmer months. Wow, what a spot that was at Yuba Lake, Utah. Two pounders were as common as the mosquito in summer! Although the trophy fish are sadly gone, Yuba still has several of the world records f...
Category: Lakes  Date: 3/31/2016  Author: Mike Hall for The Mack Attack
Kokanee Fishing Tips
Every year I find the Kokanee season begins earlier for me. This last year we began chasing Kokanee in December with great success on several eastern Washington Lakes. But the arrival of April means one thing, Kokanee season is here in full swing. Lakes like Chelan and Roosevelt have been pumping out healthy Kokanee for months but soon my local Lakes such as Lake Stevens, Roesiger, Samish, Cavanaugh, and American will begin to warm into the Kokanee's preferred comfort range. Most Kokanee angle...
Category: Stories  Date: 3/29/2016  Author: Zack McGlothern
Kid’s Event at Clear Lake
For many year’s now the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council (INWC) has partnered with the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) to host a “Spokane Kid’s Fishing Event” at Clear Lake. Clear Lake is a popular fishing hole, located roughly 30 minutes west of Spokane just a few minutes off I-90. Popular for its trout fishing, anglers try the waters all summer long. The event is held at the Fairchild Air Force Base Recreation Area. Kids who participate in the event May 7th have a great chanc...
Category: Lakes  Date: 3/29/2016  Author: Rob Holman
Lake Chelan Mackinaw
Lake Chelan, Washington’s deepest and largest freshwater lake is a mecca for those in the Evergreen State that seek sunshine, fresh mountain air and plentiful lake trout that grow to enormous sizes. With sunshine that gleams 300 days a year and a lake that is 55 miles long and over 1,400 feet deep there is plenty of room for all that like to use the lake. For fishermen the size of the lake can be a bit intimidating, but with the lake almost void of boats in the non-summer months the “hot spots”...
Category: Lakes  Date: 3/28/2016  Author: Jason Brooks
March Steelhead Madness!
I was quickly reminded why I should not take my lightweight super sensitive steelhead rod out with me for a day of late winter steelheading. The large fish took the six inch pink worm and turned to the fast water heading for the downstream log jam. Tightening the drag and pulling back hard on the limber rod the line came to its maximum breaking point just as the hook came free from the big fish. A large three foot plus flash of a deep red-side was all I had for a memory and reminder on why it i...
Category: Rivers  Date: 3/3/2016  Author: Jason Brooks
Big Horn Adventure Show 2016
It’s time for “Part Two” of the NWFR Show Events. This time we’ll be at the Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show in Spokane, March 17th-20th. You can find us in the building just off of the Food Court. We’ll be joined by NWFR Guide Sponsors, available to take your questions and give you one on one fishing information and advice. In addition, for the kids under seven we’ll have our very popular “Kid’s Pond” where the kids can catch their limits of sweet fish, er sweet candy and stickers. And last but...
Category: Stories  Date: 3/2/2016  Author: Mike Carey
How to Outfit a Fish Car
My wife prefers not to drive my fish car, Walter. She says Walter could damage our status in the human community. “I could use your Subaru Forester, Betsy,” I offered, to which she glared. This is because Walter, like any good fish car, has been groomed and Oregon-ized for utility and efficiency as I will explain below.Eight Boxes of Baking Soda - these are strategically placed, as you can see, in the back window area, center, and around the car to prevent human scent from corrupting fis...
Category: Stories  Date: 3/1/2016  Author: Scott T Starbuck
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