Booher Lake Fishing Report near Omak, Washington

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Giant Small Mouth Bass have been caught in this lake. Its a...

on July 11th

Giant Small Mouth Bass have been caught in this lake. Its a wonderful little lake off the highway that not a lot of people even know exists. If you don't mind about a quarter mile walk to get there.

Booher Lake is an amazing gem tucked away from the majority...

on December 17th

Booher Lake is an amazing gem tucked away from the majority of people. If you don't mind a little walk, Booher Lake is one of my favorite places to relax and fish. They have Bass, Crappie and Blue Gill. I found that using a spinner or spook worked great just throwing it in front of a tree or bush. Bass were eating it up!. Crappie an Blue gill took a liking to fly fishing using a 1 1\2" white Larva fly I was absolutely killing it. Overall if you don't mind the hike or walking through muddy terrain Booher Lake is a absolute beauty of a place.

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