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Lance Effrig is able to release smaller lake trout with the aid of a "descender". He attaches the fish to it and lowers it on his down rigger. When it gets to a preset depth it pops open and the fish swims away. He is targeting just large fish and doesn't want to kill the juveniles. Lake trout "blow up" when they come up from the depths, as they have no air bladder as the kokanee and salmon do. This allows him to safely release them.
Lance Effrig, of Washington Guide Service, holds up the 14-pound, 2-ounce laker that I reeled in on a trip to Lake Chelan. He hooked the fish trolling right on the bottom with a Mag Lip Flatfish.
I took this shot while fishing on Lake Chelan this winter. It was getting toward evening and the lake was flat calm. It's hard to tell where the lake ends and the sky begins.
Austin Moser was thrilled with this 25+inch walleye he got while jigging on Rufus Woods Reservoir. We got a couple of quick photos and then Austin released the fish.
Ryan Radke holds up a pair of nice walleye he caught while fishing with Austin Moser on Rufus Woods Reservoir. He got the fish on a lead head jig with a watermelon colored jig attached.
Austin Moser shows off one of the fat rainbow we caught on Lake Roosevelt. Trout fishing is great!
This is Ryan Dial with a kokanee he landed on Lake Roosevelt when we were fishing with Austin Moser.
Fishing was very slow from the shore at the net pen on Rufus Woods, but Mike McKee got this 18-incher. It was the only one taken that day.
This is one of six rainbow I caught fly fishing at Rocky Ford Creek. The fish loved a fast stripped Mini Leech. This one measured over 21 inches.
Dave Baum got this nice rainbow on Lake Roosevelt. We were fishing along the cliffs above the dam. The fish hit a Kokabow blade and spinner combo.
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