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Wednesday, March 27, 2024
By Dave Graybill
When I want to know what’s happening on Potholes Reservoir in the early spring, I can always call Shelby Ross. If there are walleye to be caught he will know. There are a lot of anglers that look forward to the walleye fishing on Potholes and they will be glad to hear that fish are being caught. Shelby put eleven walleye in the boat recently and he noted that they were all males. He figures the big females are spawning and won’t be feeding for a while. He said there are a few anglers jigging for the walleye, but he prefers to troll spinners and bottom bouncers. That way he is covering more water. I was looking back at some of the photo I have taken on Potholes, and I found one that was taken in mid-March. The walleye I am holding in the photo is a dandy, and I can tell I was fishing with my friend Brian Neilson in his boat. It looks like we were in Lind Coulee, which is a great place to start on Potholes in the spring. I often find fish in the Coulee and then just out of the mouth of the Coulee at Perch Point.