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Name: Toddy18 Date: July 24, 2010 Rating:
 
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Went camping with the family and stepdad and mom at Cottonwood campground up the Entiat River for the weekend. The water was still a little high and fast compared to last year at this time, but it was fishable with some effort. Sat. went out about 10:00amish and fished for two or three hours. Jim and I were casting just about every color Rooster tail and Mepps we had and finally started to get a hit once in a while. We ended up with three fish and a few lost(single barbless hooks only). Jim one, me two hehehe! He'll tell you I stayed out a little longer, and yes I did!

Two Rainbows - About 8"
One Brookie - About 6"

Had a blast anyways with Quality time spent with loved ones.
P.S. The black flies were horrible. Any good ideas on a repellant? Tried Off and Cutters with no success.
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Name: sellis_414 Date: October 22, 2009 Rating:
 
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Thought Id change it up a bit and try fishing a different river. So I ventured up the Columbia a ways... On my journey I decided to fish the Entiat. Not really expecting too much just thought I'd get out and take a drive. I parked at the mouth of the River and walked upstream on the South side of the river, locals call it Number Rock. Walked for about 10 min and overlooked the river. Saw some salmon swimming around and it kept me entertained for a while. Further upstream I found a spot on the water where I could cast my spoon, no luck. After fishing that spot a bit I decided to head back to the car and venture up to the hatchery. I parked at the abandonded bridge and walked out there. Saw quite a few salmon, didn't fish.
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Name: Geoffrey Ring Date: August 05, 2007 Rating:
 
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Started fishing around noon with a spoon right above the North Fork campground. Caught a few seven inchers, then moved on with a white/black rooster tail. There was a good pool *some where* up there that held some good bows.
Earlier this month I started fishing up at Cottonwood with spoons and spinners and caught a bunch between 5 and 11 inches. Unfortunatly, the best way to get to the pools here is right through campsite 24. Usually the poeple camped there are nice enough to let you through, especialy since they're usualy anglers.
Spruce Grove looks to be a good fishing spot too. I tryed fly fishing there, which I botched badly. There were two other people fishing there, one with flys the other spinning. Not sure how well they did, but some one is always fishing there, so I guess it's good.
North Fork is the end of the pavement, Cottonwood is 4 miles on gravel, which they just re-graveled so it's much better than before, although it still takes awhile. When you add this to the paved 32 miles, it takes around 50 minutes to get to Cottonwood from the mouth of the river. At all of these campgrounds the water is low enough to wade pretty much anywhere with only getting just above the knee wet.
At any rate, it was fun and I'll be back.
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