Looking for YOUR secret spot

Discussion in 'Warm Water Species' started by Kaiserman, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. Kaiserman

    Kaiserman content

    Not sure if asking this question is as "taboo" as asking for trout locations, but I guess I won't know until I ask. The whole world knows that a guy could catch a hundred of these fish, throw them on the bank, and not put a dent in their populations.

    So..., I'm not actually looking for any particular spots, but I need some help with carp locations on Long Lake (Spokane River) from shore.

    I wanted to try a new place today, due to time constraints, but only ended up driving around the lake for 2 hrs today, trying to figure out were I could just fish from shore. Never did...

    Does a guy need to have a boat to get to the "flats" locations?

  2. Peyton00

    Peyton00 Active Member

    You've got alot of balls asking a question like this... or maybe just two balls.:)
  3. stilly stalker

    stilly stalker Tuna sniffer

    drive to greenlake in Seattle. use the 1/4 glazed donut fly. Slays the carp
  4. Tacoma Red

    Tacoma Red Active Member

    I think you meant Cap Hill
  5. stilly stalker

    stilly stalker Tuna sniffer

    actually- there are MASSIVE carp (regular and mirror) and koi in greenlake, and the guys who fish for them SLAY them with the 1/4 glazed donut
  6. Jmills81

    Jmills81 The Dude Abides

    It's such a tough spot for bank fishing. I've done the same thing numerous times trying to find a non private spot to locate carp and I've struck out. gots to get on there with a boat and then recon from there
  7. triploidjunkie

    triploidjunkie Active Member

    I'm more secretive about my carp flats than my trout spots. It's hard to find the perfect flat.
  8. Kaiserman

    Kaiserman content

    Yeah, I was wondering that...

    For what it's worth, thanks for the reply anyway mills
  9. Blake Harmon

    Blake Harmon Active Member

    Not much for bank options. Many many options from a boat if you run from tum tum or 9mile.
  10. Kaiserman

    Kaiserman content

    Cool, thanks Blake
  11. Jay Burman

    Jay Burman Experienced Ne'r do well and Layabout.

    I usually fish Banks Lake for Carp. They're everywhere so it's not hard to find them. Just look for shallow areas. I fish from the shore and get plenty of shots at the Carp. Catching them however is not as easy. I want to know if there are any good Carp areas on the Columbia near Vantage since it's closer to home. Any tips would be helpful.
  12. Kaiserman

    Kaiserman content

    I don't know of any particular places to go on the Columbia. I have gone to Banks before, but those are the "spookiest" fish I've ever been after.
  13. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

    Any good spots near Vantage are likely toast because of the Wanapum Dam drawdown; at least the ones I usually fish are.
  14. triploidjunkie

    triploidjunkie Active Member

    I catch a lot of carp in Banks, but much prefer the clearer water of Lake Roosevelt, or anywhere on the Columbia. Banks Lake is just too murky to get the visual eats I like.