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Riffe Lake Report
Lewis County, WA

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04/28/2012
Kokanee
Evening
05/01/2012
4
1141

launched from mossy rock park 5pm. fished out from the tower .. we had consistent action . two rods with dodgers and pink hoochies other rod withred wedding ring and ford fender .. caught fish on all three rods . worm with dyed pink corn.. by 7pm had 10 fish in the boat.. my grandson who is 3 caught his first fish.. had avery good time .. thanx for all the info from the other reports.. it was very helpful...[ all the fish were in the 12 to 14 inch range]


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Roperguy
5/1/2012 10:09:00 PM
Sounds like a great day.
Can you tell me if the dock is usable for launching our boats yet?
Thanks,
Roperguy
Bob R
5/2/2012 8:23:00 AM
I can't believe you read other reports on this lake and still post that you caught kokanee. Misidentification of fish diminishes the quality of your report. All you have to do is post salmon rather then kokanee when you file your report and mention land lock coho to be specific. I realize it may not be important to you but misinformation is contrary to the point of sharing ACCURATE info. on a fishery for this site.i tried to keep this in a p.m. but you are evidently not set up to receive them.bob r
dontknowanything
5/2/2012 8:20:00 PM
im going to the lake this weekend and a newbe to kokanee and im a shore fisher throw it out and wait what kind of bait should i use and where is a good spot for that im takeing my 7 yr old duaghter out for her first time fishing and my 5 yr old nephew for his first time also so any pionters would help thank u tight lines
dontknowanything
5/2/2012 8:21:00 PM
and nice report
Acefishon
5/3/2012 2:07:00 PM
when will people get it there is zero koks in riffe land lock silvers this site it's posted all time silvers not kokanee
fishtremble
5/3/2012 4:13:00 PM
Dontknowanything, I would go to the dam fishing area, off of highway 12. Either worms or shrimp work great for bait. There are some rocks you can fish off of. That might work good for the little ones. If there is room I would go down to the end of walkway and get out on the rocks. There are some other rock areas, but you have to climb over a wall.
dontknowanything
5/3/2012 10:49:00 PM
fishtremble thanks for info hopefuly we can get down there is any good trout fishig there i want to get a few of them while i m there im new to this lake fishing thing fish creeks back home so any sugestions on creek in tac that have a good fish suply
Bob R
5/4/2012 5:15:00 AM
I'd make sure I had a new regulation book and actually read it, important to know the rules (and Species!) for that particular lake BEFORE you fish Bob R
rseas
5/4/2012 6:22:00 AM
dontknowanything, if I was fishing the area with a 5 and 7 year old I would fish the Mossyrock side of the dam. It would be a lot safer for the kids and give you some room to spread out. The walkway at the Hwy 12 side can get crowded and if you go over the wall, there can be some sharp drop offs. On the Mossyrock side it is the same type of fishing but for the most part there is kid friendly slope to the shoreline and much more room to spread out there. I'm not am expert on the Mossyrock area but to get there you take the main drag out of town; Mossyrock Road E to Ajlune Road then turn left on Youngs Road and then go straight onto Switchback Lane and around left corner onto Onion Rock Lane, at the 5 way intersection make a sharp right onto an un-named road to the dam area. Good luck catching Riffe Lake silvers and keep the little ones safe.
KenPCPilot
5/4/2012 7:34:00 AM
what depth were you fishing. did you need downriggers? I haven't trolled here before and want to try. thanks for the report
Why2Fish
5/7/2012 9:20:00 PM
nice koks
hogstwo1
5/31/2012 4:22:00 PM
Bob, Kokanee fishing is great at riffe rite now. Silver landlock sockeye
hogstwo1
5/31/2012 4:25:00 PM
jerrybro, Good report. you can call them kokanee or whatever.Doesnt bother me.great report.Happy fishing bud.
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