The Spokane Walleye Club is organized to educate, encourage, and stimulate interest in angling for Walleyes and other spiny ray species. We seek the cooperation with all other organizations or agencies with similar objectives. We encourage the observance and enforcement of all game laws, conservation of all fisheries, and fighting pollution in all waters. Family participation in all activities is encouraged, and club sponsored activities will be directed toward these goals.
Club Fish Day: August 27th Banks Lake
Spokane Walleye Club members caught and released some big fish at the end of June and early in July. Ron got an 8 pound walleye on Roosevelt on July 11th. Greg caught a 7.5 pound fish with fellow club member Jim on Lake Umatilla at the end of June. Linda landed a 9.8 pound walleye on the Snake River on July 9th. All of these big fish were released!
General membership meetings are open to the public. If you would like to learn more about fishing for walleyes in the Inland Northwest, come to the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council near the corner of Market and Francis. (6116 North Market Street) Our meetings are on the last Wednesday of the month at 7 pm. (No meetings June, July or December)
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