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Name: LCRMAN89 Date: December 11, 2015 Rating:
 
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Went out today for the first time this winter trying to catch some Steeles but no luck . Water coming out of the Wenatchee was pretty muddy. Anyone got some advice or know some good spots to bobber not jig fish for steelhead on the Wenatchee? I was using some 1/16 once jigs pink pink and white. Tipped with coon shrimp......

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Name: afk Date: July 06, 2014 Rating:
 
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I put in just below Rocky Reach Dam at 16:00. I fished the Chelan Co. side. Upon starting there were only 3 other boats working it. By the time I called it quits at 20:00 there were 13 other boats all vying for the same spot. I only saw 2 other fish caught. I caught one and lost one. I was the only boat out there trying it solo. These are tricky waters with moving slow in heavy current & wind gusts pushing you around. (My TR-1 Gold auto pilot is Fools Gold. 1975 6HP Johnson with 3 foot extension!)
I was using a pink mini squid tipped with shrimp 18'' behind an 0 dodger. There are a lot of fish coming and it will only get better!

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Name: crestliner14ss Date: May 26, 2013 Rating:
 
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First Walleye!!!

My daughter and I were lucky enough to get out on the river and give Walleye fishing a try. I knew from talking from a friend that the river can and does produce some great fishing opportunities for Walleye. We launched our boat at the south side of Beebe Bridge and fished the drop off at the mouth the Chelan River. After fishing without a bite for about an hour, my beautiful little girl decided she wanted to try a more pretty lure. I rolled my eye and swapped her "boring" lure for a "pretty' one. Five minutes later she said...DAD!!! I thought she had snagged on the bottom so I asked her for her pole...that's when I knew she was in for some fun. About 5 minutes later she landed this 27 1/2" slob right into the net. Such a proud papa moment.

We were using bottom walkers with a spinner and night crawlers. One other boat on the river with us and they had 3 in.

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Name: YJ Guide Service Date: July 15, 2012 Rating:
 
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If anyone is interested in catching Sockeye or Chinook then I have a guide for you. He is a local guide of the Wenatchee area and very good at catching Sockeye and Kings. The Sockeye are biting great right now and the kings are just starting. If you ever wanted to get out and catch that big king then now is the time. Here are some pics of one of his trips a couple weeks back. He was bobber fishing for the Sockeye with huchies and shrimp and trolling flashers and superbaits for the kings. He was fishing the Lincoln Rock area for this particular trip but fishs the Wells Dam area as well as multiple areas around Wenatchee.If you want more info on this get ahold of me at www.yjguideservice.com and fill out the contact form and I will get you all the info. Sorry the pics arent better. Good fishing everyone

YJ Guide Service - 509-999-0717

We fish for Pike, Tiger Muskie, Walleye and Bass on the Pend Oreille River, Newman Lake, Silver Lake, Curlew Lake, and Lake Roosevelt.Turkey hunting trips also avaialbe!

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Name: afk Date: January 22, 2011 Rating:
 
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I couldn't take it with the sun shining so nice. I dropped down the hill from my place to launch at Hydro Park. Put in 4 Hrs. just up from the launch. Good water movement, nice sunshine, no wind & no fish. One other boat gave it a try for 1/2 an hour
& moved on.

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Name: Lundegard Date: October 22, 2010 Rating:
 
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Went with two Marks to try for steelhead and walleye. How many places can you catch both in the same place? No takes on steelhead. One keeper walleye. Water temp 60. Air temp 50/60. Light winds, mostly sunny and very comfortable. Preceeding pattern very calm and beautiful; appears a small system passed through in the early morning. Cranks for steelhead, spinners for walleye.

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Name: afk Date: February 15, 2010 Rating:
 
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I got out this afternoon and tried it just below Rocky Reach Dam. Watewr temp was 38, air temp in the mid-40s and winds were calm. I fished the Chelan Co. side after putting in just below the dam. I was jigging in the back eddies and on the drop offs. I tried a motor oil colorred 3" crawdad tipped with a crawler. I also tried a chartruse 4" curly tail tipped with crawler. No bites, bumps or nibbles.It was good to get out though and learn a little with my new fish finder.

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Name: guyara Date: July 09, 2009 Rating:
 
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A friend & I went to Walla Wala point for a few hours and we sat on the end of the point and threw out some herring with about 4 oz. of weight and let it bounce along bottom. We had a couple hits, then I reeled in to check it and I had a 8" trout on a #2 hook staring my 6" herring in the eye. The little guy had just hooked his upper lip & was easily let off without harm, but I never have seen that before! He's going to have some attitude when he grows up... Spoke to a few guys who've been there quite a bit with no luck. Somneone said a 42 lb'er was caught there, but I hadn't seen nore heard anything first hand.

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Name: 1cast Date: June 02, 2009 Rating:
 
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Got on the river early and got this nice 26 incher. Watch for debris below the Wenatchee River.

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Name: ripper Date: March 15, 2008 Rating:
 
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I went over to Wenatchee to try my luck at trophy walleye fishing this last weekend. I was joined by my buddy Ron and we fished with Craig Martin of Mountain Dew Guide Service. The morning started out at a brisk 33 degrees as the boat slipped into the water at about 7:30 am. Brrr. But the sun was shinning and we knew that it would warm up soon. We motored up river from the rough rocky launch a little ways to the first rocky outcropping(wing dam), and dropped our 1/2 oz.jigs overboard. We fished most of the day in the 33 to 40 foot range. WE made two drifts though this first back eddy with no luck, so we moved on to the next wing dam and did the same thing. Nothing. I was a little disappointed,because this was about the most fishy looking spot I've ever seen. For walleye or smallies anyway. In fact that was the drift that our guide had taken his personal best 17+lbr. a few years back. Oh well, on to the other side of the river to try a long sandy flat. Nothing. So on to a fourth spot. It just wasn't going to happen for us today. We fished hard for 8 solid hours, rotating between these 4 areas. It was a great day, nice weather, good company, saw some deer and a couple of bald eagles. I learned alot from Craig, I told him that I wanted to learn the area so I could fish it myself, and I believe he gave me alot of useful info. I will be back in a couple of weeks. The water was 36 deg., and it needs to warm up a little more. Tight lines Mark

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