Potholes Reservoir starting to perk up for spring walleye and bass fishing

Walleye fishing is beginning to improve and the spawn is almost over. However, on April 6 walleye were released because they had not spawned, big hens to 7 pounds. Lind Coulee has produced an 11 pounds walleye. Crab Creek, above the powerline boat launch has shown 6 pound walleye hens not spawned. The Frenchman Wasteway at Potholes State Park has been producing better walleye action.


Bass fishermen are enjoying some amazing early April fishing. Near Goose Island one group of Tournament Bass anglers landed a 7 pound, 2 ounce smallmouth bass and released it. In the Sand Dune area on Potholes Reservoir bass anglers released a 6 pound, 4 ounce largemouth bass.

To read the entire article, please click on this link http://www.seattletimes.com/sports/potholes-reservoir-starting-to-perk-up-for-spring-walleye-and-bass-fishing/

Posted in:Uncategorized