08 - Lake Wallula Fishing Report




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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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 Adventures 509-492-8852

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clawman
1/9/2017 6:59 AM
Jacob; Isn't it about time for monster walleye being caught? Wasn't the state record walleye caught in the Tri-Cities area in February? My son caught an 18lb'er on Roosevelt the first week of Feb. Do you guide for 'eyes or just go for your pleasure?