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The Bill Hosko and Mike Clarke party of the Maple Valley area enjoyed a goose hunt with Meseberg Adventures.

Waterfowl hunters all over North America are now ready for the most enjoyable time of year. Thatís the northern migration of tens of thousands of waterfowl from the northern nesting area of the Canadian Provinces. Our frigid temperatures will soon moderate in Central Washington and with winds from the south and daytime highs in the 40s range, the Potholes Recreation Area will soon be the waterfowl mecca.

Donít miss the boat! Make a duck or goose hunting reservation with Meseberg Adventures. Book a guided hunt with Shelby Ross or Nathan LaFrance for a guided duck hunt on Potholes Reservoir. You can also book a non-guided hunt and do it yourself. Goose hunts are filling up. Before too long book a guided goose hunt with Levi Meseberg, Kelly Ross, or Brian Baltzell. Our waterfowl season ends the last Sunday in January, 2016. For more information and to booked a hunt, go to or call (509) 346-2651.

Our Walleye anglers continue to report action trolling spinners, crawlers or jigging a blade bait. This year 2015 has been the best Walleye action we have seen at Mardon Resort. The Meseberg Family came to Potholes Reservoir to run Mardon Resort May 2, 1972.

Take a look at to learn about why we needed a habitat project, how we are doing it with volunteer partners and what our goals are. Get involved with the 501(c)3 project to ensure quality recreation fresh water fishing for many generations to come.

Bingo is sponsored by CWFAC and is held every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at OíSullivan Sportsman Resort Community Hall. Bring the family and enjoy an evening of fun!

Looking for a Christmas present for your outdoorsmen? MarDon Resort is offering gift certificates for 90 cents on the dollar. Call 509 346-2651 to purchase one over the phone and it can be mailed next day.

Member of Hosko/Clarke party showing a couple of geese.


Young lady of Gary Russell Party enjoyed hunt over Thanksgiving weekend.

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