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Wednesday, February 21, 2024
By Dave Graybill
You may recall that I recently fished for a very short time at Crescent Bay, which is just down the hill from the town of Coulee Dam. In less than an hour, I had two bites and landed a fat 15-inch rainbow. I wanted to give this spot another try and was able to do that last Tuesday. I wasn’t alone this time. There was a family fishing on the point just below me and two young anglers came and went while I was there. However, none of us had any luck. I noticed that the water was much higher than the last time I fished here, and learned later that it is best fished when Lake Roosevelt has been drawn down a bit. There is a large sand flat off the shore here and the fishing is much better when you can reach the deeper water with a cast. Since it decided to rain on me again I drove out to Seatons Grove. There were four trucks and trailers in the parking area this time, indicating that fishing at the net pens must have improved. It was raining too hard to stick around and fish from the shore.