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Lake Wenatchee Sockeye Mania 2014
Record runs of sockeye salmon back up the Columbia in 2014 mean one thing - hot fishing on Lake Wenatchee! Join us as we show you this fishery and some tips to help increase your chances of catching these delicious Pacific Northwest salmon. (this video features our exclusive "salmon cam" - check it out)
by Mike Carey |  8/23/2014 |  95 views
Advanced Stacking Techinques for Kokanee
Stacking is a great way of running two lines on one downrigger cable, but did you know there is a technique that allows you to keep fishing your deep line and resetting your shallow line when it gets bit? Check out this great technique as we fish Merwin Lake for kokanee. Please forgive the loud main motor. My kicker decided to take a vacation that day!
by Mike Carey |  7/11/2014 |  360 views
Banks Lake Walleye 101
We're with Keith Jensen of Big Wally's Guide Service and he shows us some of the great walleye locations and techniques you need to know to catch walleye on Banks Lake. BigWallysGuideService.com.
by Mike Carey |  6/23/2014 |  1440 views
Lake Stevens Kokanee
One of Western Washington's most popular and productive kokanee lakes is Lake Stevens in Snohomish County. I get to fish with Zach McGlothern of Northwest Sportfishing as he shows me the ropes fishing for spring time kokanee.
by Mike Carey |  6/10/2014 |  435 views
Crappie Fishing Fiorito Pond
"The JigMiester" AKA David Gerhauser makes great crappie jigs. Our day of fishing took me back to the days of my youth, when fishing was less about the catch and more about just getting out fishing. When a ten foot jon boat was a thrill just because I was on the water. While we didn't get into any of great size, we did have a fun morning on Washington's Fiorito pond.
by Mike Carey |  5/23/2014 |  1219 views
Coeur D'Alene Spring Chinook 101
Roger Blackstone, Club Chairman of the Coeur D'Alene Anglers Association has fished this lake for many years targeting the chinook (which have a lake record of 40+ pounds!). In this video Roger shows us some techniques and locations that will help you learn how to fish for these trophy lake-locked Chinook.
by Mike Carey |  4/23/2014 |  1537 views
Hope and Trap Lakes
Hope and Trap lakes are located in the Central Cascades, Stevens Pass area. The hike to Trap is particularly beautiful as you'll see on this video. Enjoy!
by Mike Carey |  3/13/2014 |  819 views
Fall Coulmbia King Salmon
Back to fall fishing on this king salmon video we did with Walleye Willie. This year's king forecast for the Columbia is off the charts, well over a million fall chinook to target. Give Walleye Willie a call to get your date booked now!
by Mike Carey |  3/3/2014 |  1024 views
Roosevelt Rainbows
Fishing with Craig Dowdy of YJ Guide Service is always fun. Today he shows Aaron and I why Lake Roosevelt has such a high reputation for winter time rainbow trout fishing.
by Mike Carey |  2/13/2014 |  1215 views
Fisher Lake, Central Cascades
Fisher Lake is a lesser known Alpine Lake that is well worth doing a little bush-wacking to get to. It's a ten mile round trip hike with around 1,400 feet of elevation gain. The lake holds brook trout. Check out the bugs the day we were there!
by Mike Carey |  1/1/2014 |  1027 views
Gringo Pescador's Ice Bag System 101
Catching a bounty of tasty fish is one of the great benefits of fishing in the Pacific Northwest. Caring for your catch properly is the most important thing you can do to maintain the quality of your catch. Immediately bleeding your fish after catching is essential. Another thing that is essential is to put your fish on ice after catching it. In this month’s Feature Video Gringo Pescador shows us his technique for making “Ice Bags”. I can tell you these bags are remarkable! The bags stay frozen solid well beyond what a bag of ice would and, they are self-contained so your cooler won’t fill with slushy ice water that the fish will degrade in. Check out Gringo’s video on our Video Section of WashingtonLakes.com to learn how easy it is to make one!
by Gringo Pescador and Mike Carey |  12/21/2013 |  1446 views
Stillaguamish Lower River Drift
The float from Arlington's Haller Park to the I-5 take out isn't talked about a lot, but it offers some nice holes that are not fished as much as other locations. About a 6 1/2-7 miles float, perfect for a leisurely day.
by Mike Carey |  12/8/2013 |  1063 views
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