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Rufus Woods Lake Report
Douglas County, WA

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06/07/2012
51° - 55°
Bottom Fishing From Boat
Walleye
Raining
Spinner
Noon
51° - 55°
06/10/2012
5
2254

Had a great day of fishing on Roofus Woods!! a friend of mine came down from Spokane with his 5 year old daughter. With the weather not being very agreeable, we decided to fish for a little while.

I launched at Seatons Grove boat launch at about noon. The weather was just awful, wind, rain, hail!, and a little glimer of sun at times, just enought to tease us. I motored down stream about a 1/2 mile, and started fishing. We fished the east side shore line, with bottom bouncers with spinners. After about 3 hours, we caught just over 12 Walleye, and kept our limit. Some fish we caught had some real size to them, with a lot of females still holding eggs, ( they were all released). The walleye averaged around 19-22 inches, with one nice one over 26 inches! my buddys daughter is offically spoiled! I think she thinks that's how fishing always is!!!

Jigging has been working really well lately as well, stay out of the current, find a nice cove, and experiment. There are real nice Walleye in Roofus, good luck, and be safe!


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afk
6/10/2012 3:16:00 PM
Thanks for the report Glenn. Any tips on what colors to use?
fishinChristian
6/10/2012 3:30:00 PM
Nice!
This weather has all the fish weirded out. Some of the bass I caught in the basin yesterday clearly had not spawned yet. How was the water for clarity?
Highcountry
6/10/2012 5:00:00 PM
Thanks for the report, how is Walleye fishing down by Bridgeport in Rufus?
Rocky
6/10/2012 5:58:00 PM
Way to go nice looking mess of walleye I love that about the columbia if you know how and were to catch walleye there is know
better waters. Thank you for the report keep them coming.
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