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Tuesday, April 30, 2024
By Dave Graybill
Anglers are eager to learn if the walleye are starting to bite on Moses Lake. When my friend Brian Nielson invited me to join him and James Lebow for a trip to the lake I jumped at the chance. We launched at Blue Heron Park as Brian wanted to hit several spots on our way up the lake, which was terrific, as I wanted to video some of the hot spots for walleye fishing on Moses Lake. We first trolled off the island near what is known as the Horse Ranch, and then just above it at the Rock Pile, which is a shallow ridge. A little further up the lake at the bend, we got our first walleye, but didn’t get a bite on the flat above Connelly Park. We then drove all the way up to the very top end of the lake and trolled with side planers and bottom bouncers in the shallow water. This is typically where the walleye bite begins on Moses Lake, due to the shallow and warmer water. The water temperature was still just barely 60 degrees. We landed three walleye and missed some bites before the wind and rain drove us off the water.