Moses Lake Fishing Report near Cascade Valley, Washington

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Moses Lake

on April 9th

Moses Lake has one of the BEST walleye fisheries in the state! The WDFW actually says there is an OVERABUNDANCE of legal walleye in Moses Lake. The best fishing for them is in the spring and fall; try fishing the Crab Creek Inlet from just below Alder Street upstream to Grant County Road 7 and outlets downstream of Moses Lake to their confluence with Potholes Reservoir. In order to protect spawning walleyes, you can only use one single-hook with ¾" gape. In the summer, you can catch some walleyes by trolling the deep hole and drop offs with crankbaits or crawler rigs. The panfish here are poor. The bass (both species) are good. Try fishing for them around the weedlines, creeks, shorelines, and drop offs with spinners, soft plastics, swim baits, crankbaits, and weedless jigs.

Info for Moses Lake

on January 24th

Driving Directions: 7.2 miles S of Ephrata on Hwy 282, R on Neppel Rd for 1/4 mi & R 1000' down hill. Camping:No Gated:No Restrooms:No Boat Launch Available:Yes Launch Type:Concrete plank Dates Open:Year-round Motorized Boats Allowed:Yes Horse Power Limit:None

Fishing Hot Spots near Moses Lake

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