Pass Lake Sunday & Marathon

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  1. Ron Olsen

    Ron Olsen Active Member

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    Hey Pass Lake locals: Planning to wet a line at Pass Sunday, for the first time in about 15 years. Used to fish there in the 60's & 70's. But noticed the Whidbey Marathon starts essentially right at the parking lot. We plan to arrive 10:15 or so. Think there will parking issues?

    Thanks, Ronbow
     
  2. papafsh

    papafsh Piscatorial predilection

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    Duh!

    I wouldn't go near that place this weekend, but good luck to 'ya.

    LB
     
  3. dreamonafly

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    If you must..get there before 7; you be fine..
     
  4. Drysuperfly

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    I will be heading out to pass tomorrow as well, we will be getting there early!! it will be my first time attempting to fish with chromiods so watch out!! I will be the super tall guy in the green Colorado xt pontoon boat if you want to say hi.
     
  5. golfman44

    golfman44 5-Time Puget Sound Steelhead Guide of the Year

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    Theres already 10+ honey buckets in the parking lot, they are getting ready for tomorrow. Highway 20 will be closed 7:15-7:45 AM tomorrow
     
  6. CLO

    CLO Future WFF Mod

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    I used one of the 10, it was very clean.
     
  7. Ron Olsen

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    So we gave up and went to Lone. Forgot, however, about the Sunday ferry line:eek:. That was 90 minutes well spent. :(

    But Lone was good to us with fish 19" to 20" on chironomids in 16'. Best 12 to 2 when there was a little wind chop. Gad those fish are well fed! Got to try out the new Voyager, nice boat and very compact. Needs a second side bag, I understand they will be available in May.

    Ronbow
     
  8. Stonefish

    Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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    I'll take 90 minutes any day. ;)
    Three hour wait for the ferry on Saturday evening due to a clutch failure issue per a ferry employee.
    SF
     
  9. CLO

    CLO Future WFF Mod

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    yeah, that sucked.