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Name: pacificangler1206 Date: July 12, 2015 Rating:
 
Time: All Day Bait: Login to view! Tackle: Login to view!
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Stayed at Scottish Lakes High Camp. Hiked out to lake Chiwaukum and spent the night in the tent by the lake. I woke up early with my friend and started fishing. We ended up with 2 Cutthrought trout and 13 or 14 Brookies. Both cutts and 4 brookies were caught on bait with the others taking spinners.

photo credit to the WDFW
(didn't get pics of our fish)

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Name: tluedeke Date: October 11, 2013 Rating:
 
Time: Afternoon Bait: Login to view! Tackle: Login to view!
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Hmmm, can't figure out how to be discrete/secret about the lake, but for your information, Chiwaukum Lake ain't it. It was a trip invited by others, so I feel the need to be discrete. I can't figure out how to select a secret lake, so please excuse me for being misleading.

Went on a lovely morning/early afternoon fishing trip with the brilliant fishinChristian and Jigmeister, who graciously invited me on a Friday trip. We targeted spiny rays, primarily yellow perch and crappie, plus whatever else decided to bite. My personal contribution to the catch was substantially less than theirs, but I learned an incredible lot by just observing - IMHO, these two guys are arguably the best fisherman I've known. I'm an engineer, and always pride myself on being analytical about attacking any problem (including fishing), but fishinChristian/Jigmeister are true masters. They know the species, they know the habits, they know the presentation, they know the conditions, and they have an amazing knowledge of where to go at any given location. Jiggy's lures are something special, as he deeply understands the fish in this area, and their feeding habits under a variety of conditions.

I would have given it a three stars, based upon my personal contribution to the fish harvest. But I must give it five stars, because Jiggy/fishinChristian taught me a heck of a lot in a few hours, and as a consequence I have those tools for the future. These guys are geniuses....

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Name: Darrell & Dad's Date: December 31, 2011 Rating:
 
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Jeff took Pete, Mike, Riley and Nathan Phillips up to the Narrows to fish for Lakers. They did best at the 340' bench on T4 Purple Glow Flatfish and U20 Luminous Chartreuse Flatfish. The kids had a great time finishing out 2011 working the deep water. As always fishing close to the bottom is what worked best. Speeds of 1.2 to 1.6 mph produced bites.

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Name: Alan Date: August 07, 2005 Rating:
 
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I fished in the morning with dry flies (hoppers, stimi) and nymphs and had good success with brook trout up to about 10 inches. The books hammerred the large dry flies, both on the surface and drowned. We had the whole lake to ourselves. The hike in and out was brutal, but the scenery and fishing were very satisfactory.

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