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FLW college bass fishing story

I got the chance to write another bass fishing story for the Skagit Valley Herald Sports & Outdoors section. It's about a local angler, Tyler Wasilewski, who competed at the FLW college championship at Lake Murray a couple weekends ago. Wasilewski and partner Cy Floyd managed a top-10 bag after a rough first day. They represented Eastern Washington University. The story is written for a general audience so I didn't get a chance to go in depth but I figured many of you would like to read…

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Added by AaronW on April 28, 2015 at 4:10pm — 2 Comments

Attention all members!!

No one knows I'm asking for this but...

Could everyone please donate 1 dollar to Wafish?

I know and see what Jordan cost are to keep this great site.

And I have met a ton of people too So please send mail at least 1 buck (or more if you want to)

This is a site I would never want to loose.

Stephen Norris

Just a friend of Wafish...

Added by Steve Norris on March 20, 2015 at 10:23pm — 3 Comments

New Site Sponsor - Bickford Ford

Hi Everyone,

I am pleased to announce that we have a new site sponsor - Bickford Ford! I urge anyone that is looking for a new vehicle to reach out to the folks at Bickford - specifically Eric McCarthy at ericm@bickford.net and talk to them before your next purchase. 

I also want to say thank you to all the other site sponsors and urge everyone to support our local businesses if at all possible. …



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Added by Jordan Doucet on February 11, 2015 at 12:00pm — 8 Comments

triangle method

Has anybody ever herd of the triangle method for catching bass, and if so could you explain it to me

Added by sergey gutsalo on December 22, 2014 at 12:23pm — 3 Comments

Looking for some Bass Rods

Good evening to all,

I am looking pick up some rods:

-Shimano Crucial Bass Graphite Rods (A) series

1. CASTING, 7'2"- CRC-X72MHA-WORM & JIG

2. CASTING, 7'7"- CRC-X77MHA- FLIP, PITCH & PUNCH

3.SPINNING, , 6'8"(CRS-J68MLA) or 6'10"(CRS-J610MA)- JERKBAIT

If anyone has these rods to move let me know.

Thanks

Added by abrian jones on November 21, 2014 at 6:36pm — 1 Comment

Yak or sky?

My brother and I are taking the drift boat down either the Yak for fly fishing or the Sky for steelhead this weekend. Neither of us have been out for silver fish at all this year and were hoping for some put from you guys. Which would be a better bet this weekend?

Added by Don Hankinson on November 5, 2014 at 7:50pm — 2 Comments

fishing bass late summer/fall

So I am new to bass fishing in washington state and was wondering where I should be fishing and what lures I should be throwing during this season into the fall?

Added by Mike Lull on September 3, 2014 at 9:13pm — 5 Comments

Fun story from the past

I hope this can be read.  I wrote this years ago and it was published in BassMaster magazine. I came across it yesterday and still enjoyed reading it. A lot of fond memories from "back then". …

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Added by Don Hankinson on August 11, 2014 at 10:25am — 7 Comments

Lake El Salto Trip Febuary 2015

Hello everyone,if you have ever dreamed about going to Lake El Salto in Mexico, now is the time, I am putting together a group of anglers to experience a bass fishing trip of a lifetime in febuary 2015. As of now there are 18 anglers going and we have room for 5 more.. we will be staying lakeside at Anglers inn Lodge, all meals , drinks, bass boats, guides included,, give me a call if you are interested....Michael Whitlow   509-378-2814

Added by michael whitlow on July 25, 2014 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Please help! Wounded Warrior - July 19th - Short boats!!

This event is at American Lake.

Please contact Al Lewis (moneydocal@comcast.net )

We are short boats and I’m trying to get some more participation.

This also is a way to get more members for your club.

But most of all:

This is a way to give back to those who give their all. Please come out and support this event.

Event time: 6am till noon (be there by 6am if possible)

Lunch is provided

Respectfully,

Stephen Norris

United States Navy…

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Added by Steve Norris on July 9, 2014 at 2:00pm — 4 Comments

WAFISH Decals

Hi Everyone,

I've got another run of WAFISH.com decals for your truck/boat to fly the colors. They are about 4" X 6" big and are die cut with a clear background. Very cool and excellent quality.



A site donation of $5 or more will get you one mailed to your doorstep.



You can make a site donation on the Site Support Group here:…

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Added by Jordan Doucet on June 4, 2014 at 5:03pm — 3 Comments

WAFISH Email Settings

Hi Everyone,



It's been brought to my attention that a few of you don't like receiving all the emails from WaFish. Here's how to choose what you want to be notified on via email:



To change the email settings you go to the "My Page" tab on the top, select "Settings" on the top right, and choose "Email" on the left. There you can choose what you want to be notified on via email, or you can choose to receive no emails at the…

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Added by Jordan Doucet on June 4, 2014 at 4:55pm — No Comments

LOM big fish tournament

Just curious how many people are heading to the potholes June 14&15? For limit out marine's big fish tournament.

Added by Cody Anderson on May 29, 2014 at 7:04am — 1 Comment

TAKE A WOUNDED WARRIOR FISHING

Right now I don't if this will work, as I am semi-handicapped myself, but I would  like to try to take some of our HEROS fishing. I lived in Port Angeles, on the Straits, and I would like to start a"Wounded Warrior fishing program for the whole of WA. I don't think it would matter if its Bass (freshwater), Salmon, Halibut, bottom fish, or just a day in the outdoors or on the water! I am putting this out there to see what kind of response I get, I know People I am definitely taking out…

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Added by Rick Johnson on May 20, 2014 at 9:06pm — 3 Comments

TRUTHS AND TAILS, SOONER OR LATER!

  OK,OK, So some information isn't worth a ....  The Rufas Woods release does not measure up as advertized, seems to me that an average fish might go 2lbs, an I doubt it was over 2500 fish if that.  Its a shame that solid information is so hard to come by on that fishery, but thats just how it goes.  Walleye fishing on Rufas has slowed from the slamming start back in march, but early post spawn is often tough.  Still, a few nice fish are coming to the net, mostly on jigs, or craw…

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Added by louis nevsimal on May 13, 2014 at 1:52pm — No Comments

TRUTHS AND TAILS, FAVORITEST, BESTEST, MONTH. RUFAS RELEASE!!

  So here we are in May, water temps ranging fron 53 to near 60 degrees in the "pocket water" areas.  As expected, the crawdad imitating bite is improving steadily as the signal craws move closer to thier spawn.  Smallmouth are responding with abandon to cranks or plastics representing craws on both Banks and Roosevelt.  Fish from 3 to 12 ft. depending on light and wind conditions.  Walleye in the northern basin are either spawn or post spawn.  More "empty" fish being caught in the last few…

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Added by louis nevsimal on May 7, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments

JUNIOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP NEEDS BOATERS

Washington state Junior state championship, to be held on Lake Sammamish this Saturday, a one day tournament for youth to go to a National Championship for scholar ship funds, needs a couple more boats for the one day tournament.

I am short on boats for the kids to fish out of due to some unexpected boat problems, This is a one day tournament that will end at two oclock Saturday, I will pay for launch fee's and kids pony up fuel cash for the boater.

Bass boats prefered, but if…

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Added by Dave Bruggman on April 30, 2014 at 8:49pm — No Comments

TRUTHS AND TAILS, HOW ABOUT THAT WEATHER?

  Spring, a constantly altered state that requires us to wear uncomfortable layers of clothes that limits our ability to move, only to shed them in a sweaty lump, scrambling to find a place in the boat that will prevent them from exiting on the next run like cockroaches when the lights come on.  Spring, when our hands can be nearly frozen, unable to detect that almost nonexsistant nibble from a fish as cold as we are, only moments later to have the rod nearly ripped from our frozen grip. …

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Added by louis nevsimal on April 28, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments

WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL BASS TEAM STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

FLW/TBF WASHINGTON STATE BASS FEDERATION

     Open to all high school student, go to the web site for information and register your teams for the 2014 High School tournament season, it opens May 10th with the Moses Lake high school bass team challenge.

     Open to any and all high school bass teams or Student Angler Federation members, followed by the Washington State High School Bass Team Championship May 17 on Lake Chelan, a no fee…

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Added by Dave Bruggman on April 23, 2014 at 12:54pm — No Comments

TRUTHS AND TAILS, WHAT'S UP ???

  Here we go !!!!  With water temps on the main lake near or at 45 degrees, many things are beginning to happen at once!  Keep in mind that protected waters can be several to many degrees higher than the main lake, so those areas may be days to weeks ahead of others.  Both rainbow and walleye are now spawning, although as I've said in earlier blogs nature never puts all her eggs in one basket, so there are walleye and rainbow in pre, post, and active spawning modes as we speak.  So what does…

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Added by louis nevsimal on April 23, 2014 at 12:51pm — No Comments

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FLW college bass fishing story

Posted by AaronW on April 28, 2015 at 4:10pm — 2 Comments

Attention all members!!

Posted by Steve Norris on March 20, 2015 at 10:23pm — 3 Comments

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