lake bryant....???

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by devon15, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. devon15

    devon15 New Member

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    so i was doing a little reserch about lake bryant.. is it worth it???
     
  2. Wayne Jordan

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    I guess your research didn't pan out. Here's a website you should check out...

    www.washingtonlakes.com

    It comes complete with reports, lake info and a forum.

    I think there might be an echo on this forum...
     
  3. ceviche

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    Where is Lake Bryant? I looked around on some maps and couldn't find it. If you are wondering about it and don't see it in the WDFW regs, you might as well fish it.
     
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    It's a VERY muddy slog into the lake. About 100 yds, be sure you've got your waders on. I've only fished there once, some small bluegill & bass. Have not seen a trout, but did talk to a fellow that told me some cutthroat were available. When I was there, the lake was very stained. That brown tanin color you get at Cassidy. If you live close, why not give it a shot, but I certainly wouldn't drive 50 miles.
     
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    Sounds like a small lake a friend and I reconed once. I made the mistake of trying to wade into it a tad. Very smelly deep mud! At least I managed to C&R a cutty from that bit of water by standing on a log. Times like that, you will want something like a WaterMaster.