Heading to rattlesnake on sunday

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  1. ScottD

    ScottD New Member

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    I'm heading to Rattlesnake lake on Sunday with a buddy. I'll wear be wearing an orange hat. Don't have any secrets to share. But, feel free to say hi.
     
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    Fished Rattlesnake on Friday. Fishing was consistent for me landed 10 fish.
    Used olive leach, long leader on intermediate sink line. Three quick jerks on the rod and pause created takes. Fish were 13 to 15 inches. fished from 2:00 till 5:30.
     
  3. Steve Kokita

    Steve Kokita FISHON206

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    So how did you do at Rattlesnake today Scott? Rain and wind?
     
  4. ScottD

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    I ended up fishing Green lake. My buddy changed his plans...and I wasn't sure the weather would make rattlesnake worth the drive. A nice carp towed me around the lake and doubled over my 5wt for a bit. Hope to get up to Rattlesnake soon
     
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    Bummer, you traded Rattlesnake for Green lake. The scenery at Rattlesnake is worth the drive. At least you got a tug on the line....how was the "view" with the joggers??
     
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    It rained ~1/100th of an inch while I was there. So, the park was pretty empty...The ducks were trying to look their best though.
     
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