You Wish You Were Here—E WA

Headed to eastern Washington for my annual lake fishing foray and thought I would share some images of past success. These lakes rest out in the scabland north of Soap Lake and are tremendously fertile. The fish grow faster here than almost anywhere else and they are super aggressive and solid in April. That means a big, big bend in a five-weight. It’s going to be a big-time leech and chironomid show, as it always is. I’m loaded down with Snowcones but I’ve got some new techniques and flies to try out, too, and I’ll let you know how those work when I return. For now, enjoy the visuals and look forward to more next week.


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