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Monday, June 7, 2021
By Dave Graybill
A family wedding brought my daughter to the east side of the mountains last Saturday and that gave us the opportunity to go fishing the next day. I knew that she would want to be back in Seattle fairly early, so I suggested that we go to Lake Chelan. She had been to Chelan with me a couple of weeks ago, and she brought four friends along, too. We had a terrific day, so it wasn’t hard to get her to go back. I checked the weather, and although it wasn’t going to be hot and sunny, at least the wind wasn’t going to blow too hard. We launched at Mill Bay, where I saw one of guides who had a nice bunch of kokanee he had caught for his clients. We ran down to the are above Lakeside Park, where several boats were trolling, and put the gear out. I never did mark a big school of kokanee, but we were getting a fish here and there and really enjoying our time together, in spite of the cloudy, cool weather. Before she hit the road for Seattle she told me to plan a trip to Banks Lake soon. She’s pumped!
In spite of the cold and damp weather my daughter Whitney and I had fun on Lake Chelan.