Conconully Lake Fishing Report near Omak, Washington

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Fishing Tips for Conconully Lake

on February 10th

Located just east of the town of Conconully or about 15 miles NW of the town of Okanogan Conconully Lake covers 313 acres and reaches depth of 110ft, plenty of room for the decent fishery of largemouth bass and rainbow trout. Fish the shorelines and drop offs boring the really deep areas of the lake. Fish the upper reaches of the drop offs and the shoreslines with spinner, soft plastics, topwaters, and crankbatis for the bass. The trout can be found shallow during some parts of the year but while the water is warm the trout can be found on the deep drop offs and over the deep hole. Try trolling or casting spoons, deep running spinners, tiny spoons, or Rapalas.

Nothing. Bubkus. Zilch. caught fishing Conconully Lake by William  Schmidt

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