Potholes Reservoir / Mardon Resort Fishing Report

The surface water temperature on Potholes Reservoir is around 62 degrees, which is just about perfect for a good fall bite. The walleye fishing on the humps in front of the sand dunes is as good as it gets to me. Trolling a slow death hook in 8 to 29 feet of water is your best bet for catching lots of walleye and also some jumbo perch up to 14 inches. Trolling diving plugs is also working well for the walleye. Try # 4 and #7 shad raps for as well. Perch and Crappie fishing off the MarDon Dock has been fair. But lots of perch and catfish are being caught in the Lind Coulee in 10 to 14 feet of water. Trolling needlefish in this area is a great way to catch some nice fish. As the water temps drop fall fishing will only improve. So get the kiddos out on a fishing trip before cold weather winter hits the Inland Northwest.

RV OWNERS;

Now renting RV Roofed/3 Sided Storage with electricity 12 X 48 for $175 a month. We only have 4 of these available, going quickly. Call (509) 346-2651 to inquire.

Offering our annual Hunter Special for RV Sites at MarDon Resort this winter.

RV Site October to March 1                            $1050

Electricity Fee                                                         $140

Total for all 5 months                                         $1190.00

The rental includes the RV site with full hookup (water, electric & sewer), internet, boat launching. The store building and the restrooms/laundromat remains open all winter. The Depth’s Restaurant will be open with limited days and hours. Fuel is available at the 76 gas station 1 mile from MarDon. Call 509.346.2651 if you are interested. Space is limited.

The Steve Ketz Party enjoyed an unforgettable Cast and Blast with Shelby Ross, Walleye Guide and Duck Taxi Guide.  This is Shelby’s 15the year working with the Meseberg Family driving boat and guiding hunts on Potholes Reservoir.  The Ketz Party had a limit of ducks in the morning and finished their day with a walleye limit that afternoon!

The Steve Ketz Party enjoyed an unforgettable Cast and Blast with Shelby Ross, Walleye Guide and Duck Taxi Guide. This is Shelby’s 15the year working with the Meseberg Family driving boat and guiding hunts on Potholes Reservoir. The Ketz Party had a limit of ducks in the morning and finished their day with a walleye limit that afternoon!

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.
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