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Wednesday, December 6, 2017
By Dave Graybill
I fished Lake Roosevelt with Austin Moser last Friday, and returned home. Austin and his crew stayed the night and fished out of Keller the following day. The report on their experience was that the fishing was better than what we had on Friday. They found fish much earlier for one thing. Not only did they get better numbers of rainbow they caught come bigger fish. Also, they encountered more native, or red band rainbow, which are typically larger than the triploid rainbow. These were all released. If you haven’t launched out of Keller, it is about 20 miles from Spring Canyon by road. You just keep going on the highway, passing by Spring Canyon Park, and heading toward Wilbur. Just before you get to the town of Wilbur you take a left. This leads across wheat fields and then you hit a very steep grade that winds down from the plateau to ferry landing and the Keller Ferry Park. This is a very steep and winding road, but the county keeps it in good shape through the winter. There is a good launch here and ample parking. It is a short run down lake to popular fishing spots known as Camel Rock and the Cliffs.