Wade Fishing in Lake Washington

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  1. BruceAC

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    Please help with fishery and suggested patterns for wade fishing this fall in Lake Washington
    Thanks
     
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    A small woolly bugger should be all you need.

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    Why would anybody want to wade fish in Lake Washington, with all the skinny water that is available to everybody. :confused:

    Jim
     
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    big fish?
     
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    ak_powder_monkey Proud to Be Alaskan

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    Smallmouths?
     
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    Hit the salt man, the salt!
     
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    Before flyfishing, in my youth, I used to fish lake WA alot on the docks (seattle side). There is an abundance of little perch and some bass near the shoreline but the big trout are out in the deep. I dont think its worth it, there is a lot of vegetation near the shore line where you would wade, and it gets deep fast, also the potential people behind you to cast safely.
    What are you targeting for?
     
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    try the arboretum area
     
  10. Like Jim said, why? There is an abundance of fishing in better places. Like the salt or a river. :beathead:
    F.
     
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    salt dude, this is not montana or AK!
     

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