Here is the latest fishing report from Dave Graybill, longtime Eastern Washington outdoor radio host and angler:
There are a number of things to look forward to in May. Trout fishing on our area lakes should continue to be very good, and I am hoping to see the kokanee start to show up in the lower basin of Lake Chelan.
I have seen a photo of a fish, but it is still early. I will have the results of the Trippin with the Triploids Derby soon. It takes place this weekend and I will there with my Jetcraft so see if someone wins it!
The next derby coming up is the 2nd Annual Pike Minnow Derby put on by the Quincy Valley Tourism Association. The had just over 200 anglers turn out for it last year, and with the big boost in prizes for this year’s derby the participation should be much higher.
They are giving away two boats this year, and the total prize value is over $9,000.00. The intent of the derby is to remove as many pike minnows from the Columbia as possible. It also provides a fun weekend of fishing for families.
Sure there are some big prizes to be won, but it’s designed to be a lot of fun. Be sure to click on the “Something Fishy in Quincy” logo on my web site Home Page and sign up.
For details or to get Graybill’s weekly report visit Dave Graybill’s website.