The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has produced another excellent, short video on fishing Lake Roosevelt, this on one shore fishing in the winter.
Filmed in January, the video includes several tips and how-to advice on fishing the lake, which is stocked with 750,000 rainbow trout a year.
Rather fish from your boat? Check out the latest
boat ramp and lake level information.
A canoe trip open to the public will be held 10 a.m. at Crescent Bay Lake. Registration is at Spring Canyon Ranger Station at 9:40 a.m. (509-754-7889)
The Grand Coulee, itself, graces the cover of our visitors’ guide this year.
When you get to the area, pickup one of our Grand Coulee Dam Area Visitors Guides anywhere for a comprehensive guide to all things in the coulee.
Until you get here, feel free to click on the image above to flip through the digital version of it.
POWER gets ready to release 150,000 rainbow trout.
One of the reasons Banks Lake is one of the best fishing spots in the state has to do with volunteers, and a little known group called POWER, the Promoters of Widlife and Environmental Resources.
The group raises young fish in net pens in Electric City each year, releasing them into the lake.
The video clip below is of them getting ready to release 150,000 rainbow trout today, Saturday, June 6, 2015, when they had a little help from five members of the Wenatchee Fishermen’s club.