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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

January 4, 2012 at 11:08 AM

Outdoors comes indoors in the coming months

Here is the latest fishing report from Dave Graybill, longtime Eastern Washington outdoor radio host and angler:

Most folks that aren’t part of the fishing crowd think that January is a dead month. That’s far from the truth.

There is a ton of great fishing going on in January, and there are some special events in January each year, too.

The 19th Annual Tri-Cities Sportsmen Show at the TRAC starts on January 20th, and this is one I have attended for years. I like this one as you can get up close and personal with the exhibitors and seminar presenters.

On January 25th, the Washington Sportsmen’s Show begins in Puyallup. This is a monster show spread out over the fair grounds just to fit everything in. Here you will see the state’s largest gathering of exhibitors from all over the world, endless products for the outdoors and great seminars. It runs through the 27th.

The Seattle Boat Show is largest of its kind on the West Coast, with over 1,000 boats on display at the Centurylink Field location and on Lake Union. I went with the folks from Bob Feil Boats and Motors, my Jetcraft sponsor, last year and was astounded!

This show is so big and there is so much to see it runs from January 27th through February 5th. I am excited about going again this year and I hope you can come by our booth and say hello.

In January I hope to get out and do some ice fishing on a few of our area lakes.

For details or to get Graybill’s weekly report visit Dave Graybill’s website.

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