Striped bass gear in Washinton?

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Striped bass gear in Washinton?

Post by mooseboy » Fri May 18, 2018 2:43 pm

We are relocating to Washington in the next few weeks. While packing some of my gear I realized I have a lot of striper gear...large shallow and deep diving trolling lures. I wonder if there are any species that will chase that type of gear in Washington rivers? (Columbia?)
See you out there,

(I've always gone by Tortuga but someone has that name already)

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Re: Striped bass gear in Washinton?

Post by hewesbob » Sat May 19, 2018 9:27 am

I am pretty well geared up for Stripped Bass at Lake Havasu and I use some of the divers for Walleye in lakes and they have produced well for me. I have found that when water temps rise above 70 degrees Walleye will suspend about mid water column and seem to have similar habit as Stripped Bass in Lake Havasu. Good Luck

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