WASHIINGTON: Small Clusters of Eggs Under a Bobber Produce Fair Results

District anglers will begin focusing on fall chinook for the next several weeks. With chinook in good shape this early in the season, anglers are more likely to find eager biters earlier rather than later in the season. Small clusters of eggs under a bobber or backbounced should produce fair results on the Cowlitz, Kalama and Lewis Rivers.

The Lewis River opens up on September 15th for the retention of wild chinook and fishing should be good.

Drano Lake anglers are showing improved catches of fall chinook and as steelhead passage remains uncharacteristically strong for this time of year, they remain a viable option as well. The larger “B” strain of steelhead should be showing in good numbers for the next few weeks.

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