Monday, March 19, 2007

Sprague Lake To Be Rehabbed

Good new for one of the most fertile lakes in the Eastern Washington.

From the Spokesman Review,
"The plan is to plant rainbow and Lahontan cutthroat trout, crappie, bluegill, largemouth bass, channel catfish, and a few tiger muskies."

Sounds good to me.

7 comments:

Tom Chandler said...

Damn right. Bluegill! I'm there...

Uncle tim said...

Fished it a bit years ago. Awfully big water. Don't know how they'll kill it all.

Flytimes said...

They've killed bigger.

Anonymous said...

So what are they trying to kill off if they're putting all that back in?

Flytimes said...

Too many wallies and smallies, there's too many of them.

Anonymous said...

better hit the shorelines for walleye starting the end of may casting rapalas into the shallows

Anonymous said...

if people start thumping the walleye the lake may not get rehabbed,and i believe the limit was raised as well.