Potholes Reservoir Still Offering Multiple Outdoor Options

For the last several years ice has been as issue for Potholes Reservoir duck hunters by the end of November. This year we have been lucky to have no ice as of November 28, 2012 in the sand dunes. Our area is holding lots of ducks and geese, if you venture outside around dawn or dusk you can listen to all the geese in search of a corn field or some fresh water. We have been socked in with fog every day for that last week but that typically clears up by lunch time.  Our area is enjoying the best hunting season and, other than the fog, mild weather conditions in years.  If you are in need of a current hunting or weather report please give us a call (509) 346-2651.

Current Fishing Report:

We have had reports of Perch being caught in front of the Potholes State Park.  Trout and Perch are still being pulled out of the Medicare Beach Area from shore or a boat.  Some early signs of some Crab Creek Walleye are being seen but it is still fairly slow for what we typically see this time of year.

Shelby, Tanys and Katie Ross had a fun family hunt on the sand dunes on Potholes Reservoir.

Shelby, Tanys and Katie Ross had a fun family hunt on the sand dunes on Potholes Reservoir.

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.
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