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Friday, June 18, 2021
By Dave Graybill
I made another trip to Lake Chelan, and this time we launched about an hour earlier, to see if it made that much of a difference. With me on this adventure was Cory Feil and Jason Schulz from Bob Feil Boats and Motors. I had a better idea on where to start this time and we got on the fish right away. They were in about 60 feet of water near the Chelan Shores condos. We were pretty busy right off the bat and were landing and losing fish at a good clip. We landed one double, too. I was using my favorite Kokabow Fishing Tackle blades and spinners, and once again orange was the color the fish liked. By 7:30 we had a five or six nice kokanee in the cooler. Then things slowed dramatically, and the wind started blowing even harder. We were getting knocked around pretty good, and we had another complication. The recent wind and rain had put a lot of branches, sticks and other debris in the lake. At about 11:00 we had another five fish in the box for a total of 10 and decided to make it a day. It was fun while it lasted.
Cory Feil shows off a nice kokanee he landed on Lake Chelan last Monday.