Potholes Reservoir / Mardon Resort Recreation Report

Duck Hunters are reporting new birds from all over Central Washington. The Columbia National Wildlife Refuge has been holding large number of ducks and geese now for two weeks. Most of Moses Lake is a no shooting zone. For several weeks’ thousands of waterfowl have been using Moses Lake (Which is like a refuge) for their night roost. Waterfowl hunters would enjoy watching these many birds from the north as they exit Moses Lake each morning and just before dark as the ducks and geese return to Moses for their overnight roost. Goose hunting continues to produce limits or near limits all over Royal Slope on guided hunts.

Walleye anglers continue to report good Walleye action on Potholes Reservoir, using Blade Baits or trolling spinners and crawler rigs. The Mardon dock has been producing crappie to 14” and a few walleyes.

 

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    Mark Engel shows off his impressive honker.

    Mark Engel shows off his impressive honker.

    The Jason Engel Party of California enjoyed a limit Goose Hunt on the Royal Slope.

    The Jason Engel Party of California enjoyed a limit Goose Hunt on the Royal Slope.

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.
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