Dry Falls lake help

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  1. toadthedry

    toadthedry Member

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    I am thinking about heading over to fish Dry Falls/Lenore with my kids the first week of April. Can a trailered 14' rowboat be launched at Dry Falls? Also, what can we expect the fishing to be like in the first week of April?

    Thanks
    Mike
     
  2. Backyard

    Backyard SANCHO!

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    You can do it.. there's not really a "launch" but it can be done. The first week will fish great, but you will be with about 500 other people.
     
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    No sweat. I've launched my 16 foot drift boat there.

    Cronies under indicators and damsel nymphs in the shallows should do it.
    When the wind kicks up, and it will, head to/stay at Dry Falls.

    Don
     
  4. Nooksack Mac

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    The last half-mile of road is rough, but two-wheel drive can handle it. Finding room to turn around, launch and park may be the greater problem. It's easier to start out in a shallow-draft boat than in a float tube, through the feet of thick muck near the launch area.