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Friday, April 12, 2024
By Dave Graybill
Typically, by this time of year the water temperatures in our reservoirs have warmed enough to get the walleye bite going. I looked at a photo taken at this time of year on Moses Lake that showed me with a 20-inch walleye. It was landed from across Connelly Park. Connelly Park which is open for the season. The park is open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., but it is closed on Monday and Tuesday through the month of April. I like to use this launch as it is the closest to the upper end of Moses Lake and that’s where the action starts in the spring. On Potholes Reservoir, many anglers make their first trips for walleye on Lind Coulee. There has been some significant improvements to the Samsons Pit launch, which is just below the mouth of Lind Coulee, at the far eastern side of O’Sullivan Dam. My friends and I have had some good days in the early spring on Potholes in the Coulee. I am not sure if the docks are in at the State Park. The lake level should allow for launching at Blythe, which is just down the shore from the State Park toward Mar Don.