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Monday, March 28, 2022
By Dave Graybill
Spring weather has anglers chomping at the bit to get out on the water. I checked on Moses Lake last week and found that both walleye and bass anglers are out already. They are launching at Blue Heron Park and running all over the lake. The Central Washington Bass Club had a tournament on Moses Lake last Sunday and I am eager to find out how they did. Usually, the lake needs to fill before the fishing really takes off, and I hear that there is a lot of water coming into the lake from Crab Creek. I got a note that the water temperature on Potholes was 39 degrees last week, and fishing is still slow. I did get a good report from my brother Rick on Banks Lake. He said he talked to a guy that limited on Banks a couple of days ago. This gets me excited. I have had some good days on Banks in the early season. I could remember some really good days in late March with Austin Moser and friends. Sure enough I found a few photos of one of those days. We were fishing the back side of Steamboat and out near the first big rock between there and Barker Flats. We were fishing pretty deep, but the fish were attaching out baits. I hope to get out there real soon.
Here’s a nice catch of walleye and whopper burbot taken on Banks Lake in late March. We were fishing with Austin Moser.