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Potholes Lake Report
Grant County, WA

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02/11/2015
51° - 55°
Bottom Fishing From Boat
Walleye
None
Silver
Cloudy
Jig
Morning
Under 40°
02/12/2015
3
2233

Fished Sunday 2-8 with my lovely wife and caught fish nealy every place we tried. Started blading in 25 feet, caught a 17" right away then it was "smalleye" after "smalleye" with a few perch mixed in. Moved around and lost about 10 fish on in a row. Frustrating at times and maybe its lack of practice after a long season with a shotgun instead of a rod. Ended the day blading in 50 feet of walleye and landed a handful of keeper size eyes in between the constant perch and little eyes.
Fished Wednesday 2-11 and started blading in 30-40 ft. Had a few takers but the fish seem scattered so tried trolling some crawlers and put 8 nice eyes in the boat including a 25" big fish, lots of little ones, and more than a few misses on the hook set.
As the water temp creeps above 40° the bite will only improve. I have scattered openings beginning Monday 2-16. Get here and enjoy our unseasonably nice weather and reel em in!

Ross Outdoor Adventures
Featuring Walleye and Bass trips on the Potholes and Moses Lake.
We also offer Cast and Blast trips!

Call us at (509) 750-7763

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Ross Outdoor Adventures
Featuring Walleye and Bass trips on the Potholes and Moses Lake.
We also offer Cast and Blast trips!

Call us at (509) 750-7763

Official Northwest Fishing Reports Sponsor

Comments

bosssquash
2/12/2015 4:05:00 PM
Im going out to the lake this weekend, staying at mardon Sat ,Sun, and Monday don't have a fish finder/depth finder and from all I've hearing head toward the dunes! So I guess just look for the (gang) of boats and start jigging with silver bladebaits? Or would you suggest trolling with some kind of worm harness until I find um? kinda hard to pin point um if you don't have some kind of electronics! : ( any tips that could help me out? I'll take all the help I can get. Thanx
buc
2/13/2015 5:37:00 PM
yes find boats fish on top of them, even if they have there own elctronics they fish on top of you anyway?
Larry3215
2/18/2015 8:57:00 PM
Its really refreshing to see a fishing report from a guide that ISNT a 5!

Thanks!
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Phone: (509) 750-7763