Hey everyone, Jake "the snake" Anderson commented on my profile requesting I share some fish pics I figured I should probably do that and introduce myself so here goes-
I'm Colby & live in Oregon and am new to the site! I probably wont post a ton as I'm aware this is a Washington based forum but I hope to learn from some of you and participate where applicable. I was drawn to this site by a few members, over the years I've watched Tag constantly catch giant fish from the…Continue
The boat launch PARKING LOT has been moved to around the end of the lake. The old parking around the corner is now parking for the Ballfield. I personally have not seen it, but if your standing at the launch, and look past the end of the lake, you'll see a metal roof...that's where it is. That's like over 100 yard walk I believe. BRILLIANT MOVE!!!!!!
I was at Tapps fishing yesterday (10/23). When we went in for the day, we noticed that there was a big "ta-do" at the boat launch park. We ran into Senator Pam Roach, as well as Danny from Fish and Wildlife (and two others). She told us that they were doing a study based on information gathered at the town meeting last month. Apparently, she went out with WDFW people the night before and Electro-shocked up some fish, and also setup gill nets. That morning, they were showing the results…Continue
Randy lost his battle with brain cancer this morning. He has been asleep for 26 hours. I noticed a tear under his left eye and then he took his last breath. There's no more suffering and pain. He mentioned a couple of weeks ago that he wished he could smile again (the tumor took away that ability.)
We are looking to have his memorial service in about 10 days, but I will post here and on Randy's community facebook page when it will be. …Continue
The CAST for Kids Foundation is hosting thier Take A Warrior Fishing event on September 14th at Lake Washington and is in need of boaters help. Click Here for more information or visit the link below:…Continue
I had the pleasure of interviewing some Northwest Washington bass fishermen for an article I wrote for the Skagit Valley Herald. Featured in the article are David Parnicky, Brian Calvert, Matt Johnson and Robert Mann. Check it out! http://ning.it/1b8J8PK
Just a reminder for all those fisherman new to tiger musky fishing - the minimum size limit is 50 inches. All others are strictly catch and release. Please see Cascade Musky Association at www.cascademusky.com or look at the WA State fishing regulations. Please spread the word. The fish are very fragile, they take a lot of money to raise and stock, and they are sterile and don't reproduce naturally.
Well went to Tanawax lake two Friday's ago to test out my new prop and on my way home noticed my tank a 1/4 tank lower than when I left. I did notice a blond woman alone at the bank who couldn't cast to save her life and as I beached my boat she packed up and met a guy in the middle of the parking lot got in a small older suv and I got my boat out of the water and I didn't really think anything of it at the time until the following Friday when I went to fill up my tank all the gas came…Continue
The 2013 Capital City Bass Club Silver Lake Open is scheduled for Saturday, May 18th. This is a great time of year for this lake and not only for numbers, but size as well!
We say it every year, but we honestly believe this may be the BIGGEST RAFFLE we've ever done at CCBC as we've got a TON of new sponsors this year!!! Check out our main page at…Continue
EWU Sportsman's Club SILENT AUCTION
Bid on our four great silent auction items and support our club!
I will be updating what the current bids are and we are accepting online bids as well until 4:00PM on Sunday at the…
I'm a lucky old retired guy with the finances to travel to exotic places to fish. The trouble is, most resorts and outfitters require two clients per boat -- or a lone fisherman pays a hefty extra fee. My local fishing buddies either lack the interest or finances to accompany me -- and my wife is running out of energy.
If you have the resources and desire to fish some of the best places in the world, give me a call. I've caught tigerfish in Africa, peacock bass in Brazil, several…Continue
Going to upgrade the electronics (sonar/gps) on the boat. Thinking about the Humminbird® 788ci HD DI Sonar/GPS/Chartplotter Combo on the bow, transducer on the trolling motor, and Lowrance® HDS-7 Gen2 Fishfinder/GPS Chartplotter w/Lake Insight® and StructureScan® LSS-2 Sonar Imaging Bundle at the console/helm. Any input or advice on these devices would be great.
Since I came to college here at EWU over in Cheney, WA my fellow classmates and I have been working on building the only collegiate fishing & hunting club in the Pacific Northwest. We started out as a group of a few guys with a dream, and now our club has grown to upwards of 60 members. We will be sending 12 to 15 students total to the FLW & B.A.S.S. College Fishing Series, and many of them its their first time ever tournament fishing. Recently at Lake…Continue
Added by NickBarrFishing.com on February 19, 2013 at 11:59pm — No Comments
Got a chance to go out yesterday, landed 6 fish, but all on the small side, either way it was nice to roll out..On a side note, I am getting my first order of the new swim baits next week, super stoked, these baits are straight up Sick!!!!! I will be posting some picks and videos around April....I would Also like to thank my bud Jess for the hooded sweatshirt ! Good luck to everyone, if you haveContinue
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With minor modifications, here is an entry I wrote for Capital City Bass Club about 12 years ago. I thought I would re-post this in the spirit of the up-coming fishing season:
'Twas the night before a bass tournament,
When all through the house,
Not an angler was sleeping, not even his spouse.
The rods were all placed in the Skeeter with care,
In hopes that the fishing would be better than fair.
While tossing and turning all night in my…
Hi all...looking for info on fishing the Entiat section of the Columbia...any bass info you would be willing to share would be greaty appreciated...thx
Added by Bud Hufnagel on November 4, 2012 at 7:37pm — No Comments
The state is proposing only allowing single point barbless hooks on Lake Sammamish from January 1 through April 30th in order to increase the survival of incidentally caught kokanee. The use of all baits with treble hooks would not be allowed. All hooks would have to have the barbs removed. I don't believe the state has any data on incidental catch of kokanee by bass fishermen during this period. The right approach would be to gather data on incidental kokanee catch by bass fishermen…Continue