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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

March 22, 2014 at 12:02 PM

Potholes Reservoir fishing activities springing into action

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(Walleye limits caught on Potholes Reservoir by Brian Baltzell, Mason Meseberg and Levi Meseberg. Photo courtesy of Mike Meseberg.)

Here the latest Potholes Reservoir fishing report by Annie Meseberg at MarDon Resort:

Walleye fishing on Potholes Reservoir has been amazing using blade baits.  The best way to do this is by culling in 44 to 56 feet of water. The Rainbow trout fishing is also really hot right now.  Trout up to 28 inches have been landed behind the MarDon Office this past week.  And we are hearing reports of trout being caught off Medicare Beach as well.

With no ice in the Lind Coulee arm of Potholes Reservoir boaters are reporting good yellow perch action.  The surface water temperature has been reported around 40 degrees.

All the seep lakes below O’Sullivan Dam on the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge will open to fishers on April 1, 2014.  The Refuge Lakes close on October 1 each year and Warden Lake Opens April 26, 2014.  All other seep lakes are open year round.

Upcoming MarDon Resort Events:

March 28-30: Othello Sandhill Crane Festival

April 19-20: Potholes Open Bass Tournament

April 26-27: Corral Lake Tag Fish Tournament (A CWFAC Event)

May 3-4: Spring Walleye Classic (A CWFAC Event)

May 17-18: MarDon Open Bass Tournament (A CWFAC Event)

May 23-26: Memorial Day Weekend (1/2 Price Monday Night, 4th night only)

May 25: Kamp Karaoke

June 7-8: Washington Free Fishing Weekend

June 14-15: Camp Chef Father’s Day Bowfishing Tournament

June 14-15: Limit Out Marine Big Bass Classic ( A CWFAC Event)

June 21: Sammie Bash Golf Tournament (A CWFAC Event)

 

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