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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

April 14, 2012 at 2:28 PM

Walleye biting in Lind Coulee Arm at Potholes Reservoir

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Here is the weekly report from MarDon Resort at the Potholes Reservoir in Eastern Washington:

Good fishing for walleye is happening in the Lind Coulee arm of Potholes Reservoir.

Upcoming events:

April 21-22: Potholes Open Bass Tournament

April 28: One-day Bow Fishing Carp Tourney

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

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

June 16-17: Washington Bow Fishing Championship

July 4: Golf Cart Parade Fireworks Show at Dusk

July 21: Sammie Bash Golf Tournament

Aug 25: Lake Poker Run & Beach Party

For details, call MarDon Resort at 800-416-2736 or visit the MarDon Resort’s website.

(Photo courtesy of MarDon Resort. Pictured is Othello resident T.J. Van Cleve with a jumbo dock trout that hit on a powerbait crawler combination.)

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