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Lake Samish Spring Kokanee
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Author: Mike Carey
Views: 411
Date: 2/7/2017
Length: 00:15:11

Lake Samish is a beautiful lake located in Whatcom county. It holds trout, perch, bass, and in this film, we target it's kokanee. Tips, locations, and methods. It's all here! Randy Castello, long time local angler shows us how...

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February 11, 2017 08:02 PM
Mike: I enjoyed your post. Brings back good memories. I used to swim in Lake Samish when I was a lot younger when we'd have a picnic there back in the early 50's at the park on the south side of the lake.I never knew at that time there were kokanee in the lake. Now 65+ or so years later I now also fish for kokanee, mainly at Merwin, Roosevelt, and Chelan I also have the same black Lund 1650 that's owned by Randy and mine has a 40 hp Honda 4 stroke on it for main power. What a coincidence. Anyway, thanks for the memories. Denny
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