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Friday, May 3, 2019
By Dave Graybill
The report I received from the WDFW on the results from the opening day of the lowland trout season wasn’t very thorough. I was able to find a couple of lakes in our region that were worth a mention as good places to go this weekend. There were really no surprises. The lakes that typically produce good catches did again this year. Fishing was difficult last Saturday due to high winds and cold temperatures, but Sunday made up for it with clear and sunny skies in most areas, and calm winds. In Grant County the lake that produced slightly better catches than the other lakes was Park, with Blue close behind. It also produced some big fish, with the largest checked at 2.9 pounds. Jameson Lake, in Douglas County, produced a few more fish per angler than Park, and the biggest fish checked at Jameson on opening day was a 2.8-pounder. Over in Spokane County, Williams Lake produced limit catches for anglers on the opener. The biggest fish checked at Williams weighed 2.3 pounds. These are just a few examples of what anglers experienced on the opener. With better weather there will be better catches for anglers throughout the region.