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Name: Rising Son GS Date: December 28, 2016 Rating:
 
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Steelhead fishing above McNary Dam continues to produce. Slow trolling plugs or bobber and bait fishing are the methods of choice. This time of year, the fish are very spread out. Trusting good electronics is very important to find the correct depth to target. Speed is also important. The slower the better, but you need to be in the strike zone as long as possible with the cold water temperatures. Fishing will continue to produce through February as these fish hold in the pools until Spring water fluctuations occur. If interested in giving it a try, give me a call. I have a few openings mixed in between the awesome walleye bite that is going and our keeper sturgeon season that opened January 1st.

Jacob Munden
Munden's Rising Son Adventures
509-492-8852

High quality tackle, local expertise, USCG licensed and insured, guiding for Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon and Walleye. On a trip with Jacob, you can expect to not only catch fish, but to learn throughout the day.

Munden's Rising Son Adventures509-492-8852

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Name: SleepyFisher Date: October 09, 2016 Rating:
 
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Tried Salmon Fishing today. Caught 2 Chinook, both unclipped, so I released them. Figure they were about 30 lbs each. Really good fight, ran around, under boat then surface ran for about 20 minutes. Really sad that I could not keep. Brought them alongside the boat before seeing they were unclipped and releasing. Maybe better luck next time.

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Name: sarelvd87 Date: October 02, 2016 Rating:
 
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Fished from 5 30 am to noon with no luck what so ever. There was probably 50 people on the Columbia at the junction and we didn't see any fish caught in the time we where there. Fished the Snake the day before and a few hours after the Columbia before heading home on Sunday with the same luck and no fish for anyone. Im guessing the water is still to warm and possibly there just isn't many fish. Fished bait under bobbers.

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Name: Zamouie Date: September 13, 2016 Rating:
 
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Went out to my spot in Finley where the family and I have caught multiple bass. Kids have gone out in this area in bathing suits to splash around and catch frogs. Location can be found off road past the intersection of E Perkins Rd. and E Hedges Rd.

Keep in mind I saw what appeared to be new trespassing signs and land development so this area might be closed off soon. I went in the evening and no one asked me to leave, so I'm not sure what specific areas they wanted closed off.

Fished over by the barges with a half oz rattling jig (dark brown w/sparkly stuff) and a "river bug" plastic (dark green). Hooked up on the second or third cast (pic, LMB, expected smallies from previous fishing). Ended up only getting 1 bite afterwards on the jig.

Also tried a night crawler on a circle hook for about half an hour or so and pretty sure I never got a bite on it. Buddy tried a texas rigged senko and then a micro spinner bait and he didn't get any bites.

Overall fun to catch the one, but also just nice to be outside for the evening with a friend.

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Name: MasterBlasterII Date: July 16, 2016 Rating:
 
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Nice day, not too much heat...Went out midday and had a little luck, until I picked up my honey at the Pasco Boat Basin and we headed out to find some rocks. As soon as the plugs hit the water the catch was on !! We ended up catching fish until we headed back in about 45 minutes before sunset. Crawfish colored lures - but only one caught fish 10 to 1 of the other crawfish plugs I have. I've looked everywhere since to buy a spare, no luck in tri-cities anywhere......next hunt is on-line to make certain I have a backup of this smallie killer!!!

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Name: Wallula Walleye Date: March 12, 2016 Rating:
 
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Don't get out as much after losing my main fishing partner of 35 years. Son prompted me out, and fishing was fairly good for winter walleye. It was sunny on/off and approx 52 deg's. We targeted the island in front of Boise Cascade mill. Fished in 25-34 feet of water and caught 11 walleye losing 3 others. We caught n released two teeners with the smallest of 11 fish caught being 19". Not bad fishing for this time of year. FYI for those who don't know, utilizing access via Casey's pond is best and shortest access to Wallula area walleye fishing thru this shallow bay....plenty good enough to travel via prop propulsion.

An added bonus to this fishery is the upcoming post spawn walleye season. Seems like every main river walleye migrates to the Bay Area just outside Casey's pond to fatten up post spawn. For anyone wanting to stock up on walleye, suggest fishing this shallow bay of Columbia just outside of Casey's pond! Upon entering bay, just follow along the train tracks in 10 ft of water for lights out fishing from mid April to Mid May. It used to be "our" gem, and hope it may yield the same for others. Coming up soon......enjoy!

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Name: noops Date: July 04, 2014 Rating:
 
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Smallmouth contiue to bite very well.Alot of 2 pounders and a few bigger bites.still sticking with the soft plastics.most of the big bites come very early but still plenty of fish to keep me busy.green or brown seem to do the job

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Name: tluedeke Date: June 21, 2014 Rating:
 
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Well, admittedly it was a "2" kinda day, but it was so pleasurable fishing with the eternal fishinChristian and the immortal Jiggy (LOL), that I added a star. The ostensible excuse was to try above McNary for perch, but ended up a Murder She Wrote search for smallmouth bass (the one species that cooperated, albeit highly reluctantly)....

Tough day. Initially, I was excited to (finally) see a day where the McNary area wasn't an Air Force airplane testing wind tunnel. Unfortunately, the conditions may have been a bit too perfect. Mirror surface. That plus a "first wet test of the outboard year" gone awry.

Caught a few smallmouth bass (nothing stupendous, but eating size), and a few ~12" salmon smolts (released unharmed .... obviously).

As I noted, a pretty tough day of fishing. But watching Jiggy and fishinChristian work their art under difficult conditions was particularly educational and fun!!

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Name: noops Date: May 31, 2014 Rating:
 
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Fished oregon side from hatrock to sandy beach.very good day.bite slowed down in the afternoon but still caught about 20 smallies.two 5 pounders and a 7 pounder and a 19 pound carp also hit my grub.got every bite on brown grub.fished shallow in the a.m then went deeper as the day went.

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Name: noops Date: May 17, 2014 Rating:
 
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Found a cove out of the wind.started off using jerkbait with no luck then tied on a splittail grub and caught fish .i was fishin in 6-10ft water along a brushy bank.water was pretty clear.

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