Just a reminder folks to pay attention to the 'No Wake' zones on the lakes we fish.
This morning(5/27) a Nitro bass boat w/musky club decal on it lauched about the same time I did but took off well within the 'no wake' zone of the Pierce Co N Tapps Park. They were flying as they passed within yards of a 5 mph buoy.
Gentlemen, the property owners of Lk Tapps would like nothing better than to shut these boat launches down to the public. Let's not give them any ammunition, please.
Added by Mark Wells on May 27, 2009 at 9:58pm —
Three Rivers Marine and Tackle is having a Summer Mega Sale! Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday May 28th-May 31st. Dont miss these great buys up to 50% off!! Huge savings on Tackle, Parts and Boats!
I stopped by today and saw alot of Yamamoto makred at $4.50, Normans at $1.99 and some Lucky Crafts marked down to $9.99!
I'll be there Saturday and Sunday 9-4. See you there.
Added by Jordan Doucet on May 27, 2009 at 9:30pm —
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 bottom.
Sorry for any… Continue
Added by Jordan Doucet on May 18, 2009 at 7:03pm —
Will bass make new beds every year or ever use any from the previous spawn?
Just curious....hit Lake Tapps again today and saw a few beds but
no fish on them yet.
Added by Kevin Bye on May 17, 2009 at 9:28pm —
How many of you feel it would be worthwhile to become a member of Gary's family? Are any of you a member and is it worth it? Or do ya feel this is geared more to the big time fish for money tournament angler? Or is it more a " Costco" type pay to shop club? Check it out at http://www.baits.com/garys-site/intro.html
Added by Rodney Heupel on May 13, 2009 at 6:56pm —
I was out pre-fishing Moses all weekend. I ran up North because I had never been up in that area. The farther north I drove, the more clumps of crud I saw. While fishing I could see mud clumps floating up to the surface, coming up from the bottom. At times I could always see at least one clump floating up. What the hecks the deal ? The North end will likely get pretty murky when those clumps break apart from all the boat traffic or wind I'd imagine. Is this normal for the lake ??
Added by Chris Blandi on May 11, 2009 at 5:37pm —
I know a lot of you have some good stories on home owners that have came out yelling, swearing, throwing stuff at your boat and such so lets here them!...
I bring this up because I just had one happen to me...
I was out on Lake Stevens yesterday flipping docks. I pulled up to one of my favorite spots and starting to move up close to a dock and an old guy came out of the house. He looked like he wanted to talk and tell me a fishing story or how he saw a big one under his… Continue
Added by Nick Berto on May 8, 2009 at 3:43pm —
With the spring fishing time upon us, now is the time to make sure that your gear is dialed in for those big tournaments and big fish fun trips here are a few things I do to make sure my gear is good to go:
-Take a Q-tip to all of my rods guides. I rub the Q-tip around the inside of the ceramic pieces, and rod tips in the case of the GLX rods. If any piece of the q-tip sticks to the inside of the ceramic piece you should double check it for cracks or grooves… Continue
Added by Jordan Doucet on May 6, 2009 at 9:58pm —
I just got off Lk Terrell with my new friend Brandon and He helped me catch my first bass of that lake. Thanks alot Brandon. It got wet and cold, but it was worth it.
Why is it the teacher always catches the biggest fish?
Added by Jim Waltner ( Battery Guy ) on May 6, 2009 at 7:14pm —
Nothing is better than early, cool summer mornings than the sound of a bass explode at the surface as it engulfs your topwater bait! This has always been my favorite and most exciting ways to fish for bass.
When you start getting into the larger topwaters say...5 -inch poppers, or walk the dogg type baits I have allot of issues with birds wanting a piece of my lure. Last year I was using a zara and saw a bird come down from behind me and knew exactly what it was doing. I retreived as… Continue
Added by bassmasterderek on May 4, 2009 at 4:36pm —
I'm ready to take a couple of you great bass pros up on your offer to teach me to fish Lk Terrell. I need someone to join me Wed. 5/6/09 after work and also on friday night the 8th. I could get a bit of a earlier start if that helps. I will provide the boat and fuel and you just need to brings some good advise for the student, Me!
Hope someones up to it, and Thanks,
P.S. I did catch my 1st Bass yesterday on Fazon!! That was cool.
Added by Jim Waltner ( Battery Guy ) on May 4, 2009 at 7:30am —
So I just moved to Lake Tapps and haven't gotten out yet...want to soon before all the as#$holes get out there! So, are their largies in this lake? The reason I ask, is bec. I was driving by snag island the other day and saw two boats fishing a cove/stump field in what i guessed couldn't be more than about 3 to 4 ft. of water (I drove by it once when it was empty, so I know what the bottom looks like)...anyways, I'm assuming they were fish'n large mouth. No need to give up any secrets, just… Continue
Added by Jason Brown on May 3, 2009 at 7:21pm —
widow maker tubes some of the hottest tubes on the market..little shorter body but still long enough to texas rig with a 3/0 hook and the skirts are finer cut and longer than most standard 4 inch tubes..and you can find these tubes at www.thedropshotdennys.com
Added by dennis mcallister on May 3, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Bought this Frabill big game net at Joes going out of business sale for $63.00! Freakin' sweet deal.
Added by Scott H on May 2, 2009 at 7:39pm —
2 May, 09: 12:00 - 15:00, 60 degrees, Cloudy, N. wind to 20 mph.
Fished the North side today checking the developing weeds. The high wind made it hard to position the boat so the boys and I wound up anchoring and tossing. Then pulling up and moving a ways down and anchoring again. I had 1 musky follow twice, 2 different rainbow trout lures, but I couldn't get it to commit. Nice mid 30" fish. The dang rain started and we diecided to pull out for the day. Crummy weather.
The muskies are… Continue
Added by Scott H on May 2, 2009 at 4:08pm —