Lake Wa Cutts

Discussion in 'Washington Freshwater Lakes & Rivers Reports' started by Chasin' Tail, Mar 14, 2018.

  1. Chasin' Tail

    Chasin' Tail ~Jumpers!!~ <*)))><

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    Anyone else been out lately?
    I went out a couple weeks ago and hammered a few. Pretty surprised at the size of the fish. Trying to do my part in increasing outward smolt survival.
    But dam, $20 to launch @ Coulon is a bit steep!

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  2. driftfisher

    driftfisher Born 2 Fish

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    Nice Fish. What did you catch it on? $20 to launch at Coulon is too much and is getting close to sling launch prices. .
     
  3. Chasin' Tail

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    couple on Rainbow Patterned Needlefish behind the dodger you can see hanging in the 1st pic.

    Then also got a couple on the new Kokanee Sized Brads Cut plug.
     
  4. KickinIt

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    Awesome fish! I’m finally getting my new boat back from getting kicker put on, and I’ve got a bunch of stuff to try out...downriggers, kicker, etc. was thinking about trying the lw cut fishing to give everything a test run. Never fished lw before and know nothing about the cut fishery. Don’t mind my asking how deep you were nailing them? Thanks!
     
  5. Chasin' Tail

    Chasin' Tail ~Jumpers!!~ <*)))><

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    I was 12-15 feet on the wire and set the baits WAY back. Like 100' feet back.
    I worked the area out in front of the Cedar River & west. 80'FOW

    GL & Have fun
     
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  6. KickinIt

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    Thanks for the info! Can't get skunked on the maiden voyage, would be bad form!
     
  7. Chasin' Tail

    Chasin' Tail ~Jumpers!!~ <*)))><

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    let me know how you do.
     
  8. t_dub

    t_dub I remember when I used to fish.............

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    that look like a sockeye smolt in it's belly? done that fishery a couple times. can be pretty dang good and about zero pressure.
     
  9. TUNAGUY664

    TUNAGUY664 Registered User

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    Anchovy
     
  10. EJ Swanny

    EJ Swanny I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Very nice...wish they would open up (harvest) the PS for CT's. They have made a come back long ago. Very healthy stocks. I'm sure its just fallen off the WDFW radar. Man....me and my Dad used to slay them..6-8' of water..wedding ring tipped with worm..dy-no-mite....
     
  11. Hunter Dan

    Hunter Dan I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Come up to Kenmore and launch way cheaper! Free I think. Just need your WDFW yellow parking pass. Sheridan Beach and Arrowhead Pt hold nice cuttys. All those drop offs and ledges from Arrowhead down through St Edwards.....if there wasn't a bait restriction on the slough I'd walk across the street and do some plunkin' for one right now! Hard to go no bait, single barbless in that frog water.
     
  12. driftfisher

    driftfisher Born 2 Fish

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    Caught these cuts Saturday evening on the W side of Mercer Island 18 1/2 & 16 inches on a hammerd nickle FBC2E20A-2570-4CB2-968E-352C15067944.jpeg blade, red bead Wedding Ring tipped with half a worm 25 ft on the downririgger, The bite came during a rainstorm
     
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  13. KickinIt

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    I’m giving this a shot again tomorrow afternoon with the kiddos. Would be awesome if I could get them into a couple of fish. Anyone had any luck out there lately...ideas? Gear, depth, location? I’m up north so was thinking launch out of Kenmore and fish the Juanita area. Thanks in advance!
     

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