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Washington (King County) Fishing Report
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Name: River Chrome Guide Service Contact: (360) 305-9675
My name is Danny Stonedahl and I have been fishing the rivers in Whatcom and Skagit counties for many years. I am determined to get clients into fish and share all of my knoweldge so that they can apply it to their own fishing experiences. Main fisheries include Skagit River Springers, Coho and Steelhead, Cascade River Steelhead and Coastal River Opportunities.
Name: PNWfish Date: August 27, 2016 Rating:
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Added pictures, 2nd posting!


AREA
West side of Lake Washington along the docks

GEAR
7.5 rod, 8LB test, spinner reel

TACKLE
3" Rapala plug

METHOD
Cast just in front of or alongside shoreside docks

THE HOOK UP!!
Launched from the Rainier Beach launch and worked the docks on the westside of the lake between the launch and Saward Park, hooked into a few smallmouths before a good sized one hit the bait.
There is just nothing like the fight of a smallmouth, hit hard and fight harder!!
Catch and release all the way.

As always, leave the body of water you fish better then you found it!!

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Comments:

#1 Cozmo4196 says:
March 13, 2017 05:02 PM
You posted this same report but without a picture 3 days ago.
#2 Cozmo4196 says:
March 13, 2017 05:02 PM
You posted this same report but without a picture 3 days ago.
#3 dutchman2858 says:
March 13, 2017 05:22 PM
And that's what he said in the first line of his post......and that's what he said in the first line of his post!
#4 Cozmo4196 says:
March 13, 2017 11:11 PM
Oh man. Thank you so much for adding that picture of your bass to a 6 month old report.
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