The iconic Wonder Bread package design has become wildly popular as a fishing lure pattern. Those colorful dots on a bright white background catch both fish and anglers.
When it comes to fishing, Banks Lake in Central Washington has it all: Good numbers of walleye, bass, trout and kokanee plus some pleasant surprises like lake whitefish and burbot.
The Spokane area includes Eastern Washington’s biggest city but also some of its best fishing lakes for trout, bass, panfish and much more. This is your guide to the best spots.
The Pullman and Colfax areas are best known for Washington State University and the hilly Palouse, but there’s some darned good fishing in them thar hills. Here’s where to look.
The Clarkston are and Asotin and Garfield counties are home to some of Washington’s best odds at landing a hatchery steelhead or two and also have plenty of trout, bass, catfish and more.