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Friday, March 25, 2022
By Dave Graybill
A friend in Moses Lake told me that there were boats out everywhere on Moses Lake, so I had to take a look. The water level is still very low, in fact the upper end above Connelly Park is almost dry. However, when I stopped by Blue Heron Park on Wednesday afternoon, there were still at least a half dozen boats in the parking lot. I’ll bet the lot was full that morning. I could see that the center platform in the middle of the boat launch is still high and dry, but lots of people are launching here. Just as I arrived I saw boat coming in and stayed long enough to ask him how they did. They were walleye fishing and hadn’t had any luck. He said he fished Potholes the day before and didn’t have any luck there either. He agreed that when the water temperature comes up a bit the bite will come on. Judging by the types of boat trailers I saw in the parking area there are as many bass anglers as walleye anglers trying their luck on Moses Lake. With several days of temperatures in the mid to high 60s in the forecast it shouldn’t be long before fishing improves on Moses.
The water level is low on Moses Lake, but lot of boats are launching at Blue Heron Park.