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Friday, November 8, 2019
By Dave Graybill
People ask me all the time if I am doing tours. Tours? I figured out that they meant guided trips. I explain to them that I am not a guide. What I do is provide reports on the fishing in Eastern Washington on radio, newspaper, my web site and Facebook Page. They kind of look at me with a questioning look and say, Oh, I see. They really don’t, though. However, my recent visit to Lake Chelan was more like a tour than a fishing trip. I wanted to see if I could I find a Chinook salmon or some kokanee. I talked James Lebow into going along and he brought his friend Ryan Harris. We launched at the State Park and put out two rods with plug cut herring and two rods with Kokabow blades and hoochie spinners. One of the Kokabow rigs actually got hit but didn’t hook up. We then ran up to Twenty Five Mile Creek and worked our way back down lake. We marked a nice school below Mitchell Creek but no bites. We got one 8-inch kokanee near the Yacht Club and ended up clear down below Rocky Point. Like I said, it was more like a tour.
This shot was taken across from Twenty Five Mile Creek, showing what many anglers call the Spanish Castle.