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Monday, June 6, 2022
 
By Dave Graybill
 
I finally had a great day of walleye fishing, and I think it signals that the bite will be coming on at other lakes in the region. The fish we caught on Soda Lake were all obviously post spawn and feeding on small perch or crappie. I haven’t even been on Potholes Reservoir this season, waiting to hear a good report and the water to warm up. I figure that things are about to change on Potholes. While we were on Soda Lake, one of my fishing partners was getting updates on the fishing on Moses Lake. I have fished Moses a couple of times and have caught some whopper smallmouth bass and a few very nice walleye. Planing a trip to Moses Lake would be a very good idea now. If things develop as usual, walleye fishing on Banks Lake should kick into gear very soon. Everything has been late this year; due to the cold spring weather we have experienced. There has been some 80 degree days in the Columbia Basin now, so I am pretty confident that walleye fishing is finally going to be happening with much better results expected for anglers—finally!