N. Whidbey Is. lakes = pea soup. Normal?

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by SeanM, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. SeanM member

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    Hey Everyone,

    I took some time off work and fully enjoyed some much needed days of fishing. Went up to Whidbey for one of them and hit both Cranberry and Pass.
    Had some luck at Cranberry with a Brown, Perch and even some bass to hand, though I would say by most standards, the fishing was waaaay off.
    Pass was its usual stubborn self with only one strong hit. That lake is hurting my success numbers. It seems its either ON or its throwing a "no hitter".

    Anyway, while I was fishing both of them, I noticed that the lakes appeared to both be the color of pea soup. What gives?
    I don't recall that being the norm, but since I don't usually hit them up this time of year, maybe that is the way they always are.
  2. Caveman Member

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    Normal for this time of year.