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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

March 3, 2012 at 8:08 AM

Potholes Reservoir producing fairly good walleye action

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Here is the latest reports from Mar Don Resort on the Potholes Reservoir in Eastern Washington:

Cabin fever symptoms are being repaired at Upper Goose Lake, according to Annie Meseberg at MarDon Resort.

Upper Goose is one of the Seep Lakes below O’Sullivan Dam, and is producing some nice walleye and a few trout as well.

The MarDon Fishing Dock is still producing some very nice walleye.

Upcoming Events at MarDon Resort:

March 23-25: Othello Sandhill Crane Festival.

April 7: Easter Egg Hunt.

April 20-22: Potholes Open Bass Tournament.

April 28: One-day Bow Fishing Carp Tournament.

May 5-6: Rod Meseberg Spring Walleye Classic (A CWFAC Event).

May 19-20: The MarDon Open Bass Tournament (A CWFAC Event).

(Photo is courtesy of MarDon Resort and pictured is Kelly Ross of Moses Lake with a nice walleye caught at Upper Goose using a blade bait.)

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