Fishing in Washington
Walleye Fishing Lakes In Washington
Banks Lake, East Rapids Lake, Franklin D Roosevelt Lake, Lake
Bryan, Lake Crescent, Lake Umatilla (John Day), Lake Wallula (McNary),
Moses Lake, Potholes Reservoir, Spirit Lake and Wanapum Lake are
some of the major lakes in Washington with healthy populations
of walleye. Some rivers, especially those running into and out
of major lakes with walleye, are also possibilities for walleye.
The Washington state record walleye was caught from the Columbia
River - John Day pool.
Washington walleye spawn in spring and when they have the option will
choose to migrate from the lake up into feeder streams to spawn.
If this option is not available they seek out shallow bars or shoals
with clean bottom surfaces near deep water.
Fish for Washington walleye with live bait, crankbaits, spoons, small
spinner baits as well as plastic worms and grubs.
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