Walleye fishing is still great on Potholes Reservoir.
Your best bet is to troll spinners and crawlers. Troll a Rapala Shad Rap or a Berkley Flicker Shad. People are also blade bait fishing as well.
Bass action on the face of O’Sullivan Dam continues to show some nice largemouth bass up to five pounds and smallmouth up to four pounds.
Fishers Trolling are reporting bullheads over two pounds on spinners and crawlers. Big Channel catfish are surprising both boaters and bank fishers.
The biggest Channel reported this week was a Frenchman’s Wasteway 12-pounder.
The MarDon Dock has perked up for crappie anglers. Bass, bluegill, perch and a few walleye are showing off the dock as well.
Waterfowl hunters are enjoying a fast early morning shoot on Frenchman’s Wasteway as well as the sand dunes on Potholes Reservoir. Goose hunting is picking up as well.
New birds are moving into the area on a weekly basis and with a large food source and lots of open water; they will stay here until that changes. So don’t let November slip by, get out and get hunting!
Robert of Moses Lake shows two of his fourteen jumbo crappie caught off the MarDon dock.