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Gunner LaFrance caught this beautiful two-pound, 11-ounce crappie fishing with his family on Sunday on Potholes Reservoir.

Now is the time for a good family fishing trip to Potholes Reservoir. People are catching lots of fish also in the Lind Coulee arm of the reservoir.

Walleye fisherman continue to catch quality walleye but not in limit numbers. However, many walleye over 25 inches are being reported at the mouth of Crab Creek where it enters Potholes Reservoir.

Bass fishers have been surprised by the numbers of over 4 pound smallmouth caught on the face of O'Sullivan Dam, the Lind Coulee arm of Potholes Reservoir, and surprisingly, in Frenchman's Wasteway and the face of the sand dunes.

Upcoming Events at MarDon Resort

August 29, 2015: 7th Annual Lake Games and Beach Party starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday and ending at 5 p.m. The beach party starts at 6 p.m. with dinner catered by Hugo's Tacos and DJ starts at 7 by Big Daddy DJ Luke Clark. If you are interested in participating you can call (509) 346-2651 or come and register at the Beach House at MarDon Resort Saturday morning before the event.

September 5, 2015: Annual Yard Sale at MarDon Resort from 9 a.m. to 2p.m. on Saturday. Everything in the sale is 50 percent off and there is lots of tackle and clothing mainly. No returns accepted. All sales are final.

September 18-20, 2015: Dock Fishing Tournament and Pie Social. This is a really fun weekend fishing event. The cost is $40 per person and it is a dock fishing tournament that starts Friday evening and does not end until 11 a.m. on Sunday. We pay out for nine different species of fish for the top two weights and end the weekend with an awards ceremony and potluck style meal at noon on Sunday. We do limit this tournament to 200 fishers and we are 25 percent filled at this date, so if you are interested in joining please call the MarDon Office (509)346-2651 or go to and download an application.

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