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03/15/2023
41° - 45°
Casting
Walleye
scented plastics
Sunny
Jigs
All Day
Under 40°
03/15/2023
5
3571

A day of extremes-Despite the water going glassy in the morning and shutting off the bite to it white capping and blowing us around in the afternoon it turned out to be a good day on the Columbia and we ended with the following:
-Kept 19 eyes avg. 18" and released 5 hens from 4.5 to 6.3 lbs.
-Finally caught a nice koke that although slim went 22"
-Caught and released over a dozen trout including some of the crazy silver colored native rainbows you would swear were kokes till you got them to the boat.
*covered a lot of water and did a lot of casting and some trolling but the effort was worth it.
-Best color of the day was a glossy chartreuse
-Water temp 37 degrees


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Conradlam
3/16/2023 3:37:25 AM
Jedi, you are killing it this year. Congrats.
From where did you launch?
JediMbs
3/16/2023 5:00:18 AM
Aloha Conrad. Always nice to hear from you. With the water drop, 7B or Keller are a safe bet. If you are in pursuit of Kokes-Keller and try what has worked for you before and if it is not producing, experiment with a chatreuse squider or something goldish. Tight Lines and Sunshine!
Part-Time
3/16/2023 11:37:01 AM
Good on Ya! You did way, way better than I did up on the Arm. Agree with you about launches. Porcupine was one lane and it was OK but if it would have been busy it would have be a zoo.
JediMbs
3/16/2023 6:36:37 PM
Thank you Part-time for the update. I've been curious about the launch there and the water color.
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