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Our featured lake for this month is Moses Lake, specifically Moses Lake and walleyes. Marble Eyes, AKA one of the best freshwater fish you can eat. While the Potholes gets most of the fishing reports and attention (rightfully so), Moses Lake has a fine walleye fishery and for those in the know can put out some numbers and quality fish.One thin...  [read more]
By: Mike Carey   Article Category: Lakes   Date: 5/23/2014
Trout and walleye fishing continues to be very good here in North Central Washington, and there are anglers heading south. They are after spring Chinook, which are returning in good numbers this year. This first run of salmon up the Columbia attracts huge traffic to the lower river. I traveled to Hood River last week to meet a good friend o...  [read more]
By: Dave Graybill   Article Category: Rivers   Date: 5/15/2014
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July Newsletter and What's New
Our July Edition of Northwest Fishing Reports has gone out. This month the focus is on Spiny Ray action with articles on walleye fishing, a video on Banks lake walleye, and an in-depth look at Eloika Lake largemouth bass. We didn't forget the river guys as Jason Brooks gives us detailed information on Skykomish Kings and Steelhead.

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Posted: 07-07-2014, 08:12 AM
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June Newsletter
Our June Newsletter is out and has some great information on kokanee, walleye, and a special treat, fishing crappie with "The Jigmiester".

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Posted: 06-25-2014, 06:31 PM
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May Newsletter Features Lake Stevens
Our May Newsletter is out featuring articles on Lake Stevens kokanee (just in time for the Derby), Lake Coeur d'Alene Springtime Chinook 101, and Springers fishing on the Columbia River.

Read all about it here: May Northwest Fishing Reports Newsletter
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Posted: 05-15-2014, 06:34 AM
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April Newsletter "Northwest Fishing Reports"
We have a new feature here at Digital Anglers! It's a monthly newsletter that will go out to all registered users. Each month we'll feature top fishing reports, locations, maps and much more! If you're not registered on the site you'll want to sign up so your copy of "Northwest Fishing Reports" comes straight to your E-mail In Box.

April Northwest Fishing Reports Newsletter

Our April newsletter has a feature article and Hot Spots map of Lake Chelan!
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Posted: 04-26-2014, 08:05 PM
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Washington Fishing Reports

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