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Evening Secret Blog – Night Catfishing Magic on Sprague Lake

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Some of the most enjoyable fishing I?ve done in the Inland Northwest has been the times spent night fishing for catfish on Sprague Lake.One of the reasons that I wanted to do an article on catfish fishing on Sprague Lake is that I recently learned of proposed plans by the WDFW, (Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife), to rehabilitate the lake this fall. It seems that the fishing angler density has fallen off the past few years to one of the lowest in the state. WDFW surveys say that the lake a…


Walleye: TWRA’s latest “experiment” in Chickamauga Lake
Walleye is a freshwater “perciform” fish native to most of Canada and to the northern United States. They are first cousins to sauger, which were once plentiful in the Tennessee River. Walleye, however, have always been present in small numbers as well

Camp Walleye takes kids fishing on Tiber
Forty-nine kids caught 526 fish during Camp Walleye held Aug. 15-17 at Tiber Reservoir. The annual camp, now in its 14th year, invites children ages 11-15 to go fishing while also learning more important lessons, such as leaving alcohol and drugs out of

Fishing slows as water warms in some reservoirs
Walleye fishing has been decent on Keyhole Reservoir. Some anglers are catching 18-to 22-inch fish, while others are catching mostly those under 15 inches. Anglers should move around until they find the walleye, trying different baits and presentations.

Fishing Line:
Angostura Reservoir: Good catches of crappie reported near the marina with fish responding to a small jig and a minnow. The better activity is found in early morning hours. Anglers are finding some walleye activity with a report of a 10-pound, 4-ounce

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Written by eveningsecret

August 29, 2014 at 3:00 am

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