By: Dennis Broughton
Now is a great time to start getting ready for Spring fishing. Time to dust off the rods, tackle boxes to sort and organize for a great year of fishing on the lakes and streams of Eastern Washington and right at your back door. Fly tyers it is time to get the vise, [...]
For those of you Lake Wenatchee sockeye fishing aficionados, here is a summary of the season and a few lessons learned.
The estimate for the entire 2010 sockeye season (Aug. 1-3, August 7-31) is 2914 anglers fished 10,376 hours (mean angler day = 3.6 hrs.) and harvested 4,129 sockeye. Hatchery (PUD) origin fish made up [...]
Fish and Wildlife have posted the following announcement regarding Sockeye fishing. Early morning quiet will return to the lake on Wed Morning as the Sockey Fishing season ends one hour after sunset on Tuesday. It was fun, while it lasted…
Last sockeye of 2009, Monday morning, caught on the good ship Glastron,
apologies for the errant [...]
This is the second of two articles that we are re-publishing from the 2008 Sockeye Season:
CATCHING LAKE WENATCHEE SOCKEYE:
Let me confess to not being an expert on sockeye fishing. Like many of you, I participated in past openings on the lake and Lake Washington and have caught my share. Fishing gear and techniques are continually [...]
With the 2009 Sockeye season a short 24 hours away, more or less. We decided to republish the two best articles from last years season so you have to try and find them in the archive.
So if you are wondering, do I need to go spend a bunch of money to get outfitted to fish [...]