BASS

Discussion in 'Warm Water Species' started by flytyerboy95, Jun 3, 2007.

  1. flytyerboy95

    flytyerboy95 Future fly fishing guide

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    i was wondering if anybody has any good bass fishing spots around the monroe washington area. if so what type of bass and what would you recomend for gear and flys.
    thanks
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  2. Josh Brower

    Josh Brower AKA Salmon, Trout, Steelheader

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    lake stevens, smallies and largies
    cassidy, largies
    flowing, panther, storm, largies
    tye, largies

    leeches, and maybe bass poppers.
     
  3. Porter

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    Roesiger
     
  4. Swandazi

    Swandazi Kevin

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    lost lake aka devils lake in maltby lol.. it probably has some of the smallest bass in the state, but their shure are alot of them, use small wooley buggers.
     
  5. Josh Brower

    Josh Brower AKA Salmon, Trout, Steelheader

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    forgot roesiger. there is also blackmans, which has quite a few bass in it, and fairly easy to get at.
     

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