Open to Public. A short business meeting will be followed by our annual tackle craft night. We will tie spinners and pour lead to make jigs and bottom bouncers. Club Meetings are held at the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council at 6116 North Market Street, Spokane WA.
2315 N Argonne Road (509) 924-600
Saturday, Dec 2nd at 1 PM.
- $15.95 plus tax (no senior discount)
- Children age 6 to 10 are half price. Kids 5 and under are free.
- Two meats: Turkey and Pulled Pork
- Barbecued beans, potato salad, tossed green salad, buns, dessert and non-alcoholic beverages
- Banquet room is upstairs. No elevator.
RSVP to email@example.com by the November 30th club meeting
The Locust Grove Group Campground is reserved for Spokane Walleye Club members from early Thursday afternoon (June 14) through Monday morning (June 18). The campsite has a picnic shelter, a pit toilet, one running water tap and a couple electrical outlets. More details about Locust Grove can be found at this website.
Daily Agenda: Fishing is on the daily agenda. Saturday will feature our 1 PM Potluck Picnic. Turkey and fish will be provided. Please bring a dessert or side dish to share. A raffle and short business meeting will follow the potluck Saturday afternoon.
Directions: Locust Grove Group Campground is south of the Kettle Falls Marina. Drive west on Hwy 395 from Kettle Falls toward the Columbia River. Just before the bridge, turn south onto Boise Cascade Road (which becomes Kettle Park Road) near Kettle Falls Marina. Locust Grove Campground is south of the marina about a mile. Turn right at the Group Campground sign (onto Deleware Rd).
The map below shows the location of Kettle Falls Marina. 1390 W. Williams Street, Kettle Falls, WA 99141.
The Fall Camp Out returns to Fort Spokane this year. We have reserved the group campsite for Thursday afternoon through Monday morning. Our annual fishing competition runs from 830 am to 1 pm on Saturday (weather dependent). The weekend features a potluck lunch around 2 pm on Saturday and our potluck breakfast will be Sunday morning around 9 am.
...MOVED TO OCTOBER 14TH DUE TO WINDY WEATHER PREDICTED ON OCT 7TH...
We don't catch a lot of walleye on the Snake River, but we often catch some of the biggest fish of the year during the fall at this Club Fish Day.
Directions to Texas Rapids...
From Ritzville WA
- On I-90 westbound, take Exit 221
- Take Hwy 261 south for 55 miles. NOTE!!! To remain on Hwy 261, you must turn left approximately 7 miles south of Washtucna.
- A half mile before reaching Starbuck, turn left onto Little Goose Dam Road.
- Follow Little Goose Dam Road for approximately 6 miles to Texas Rapids Campground.
Open to Public. A short business meeting will be followed by a guest speaker. Club Meetings are held at the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council at 6116 North Market Street, Spokane WA.
Club members Greg Koch and Allan Walker will present tips for Fall Fishing on the Snake River.
Tentative Date. The 2017 info has not been posted, but the link below may be updated soon.
On the fourth Saturday in September, you and your favorite guy(s) or gal(s) get to spend a day walleye fishing on beautiful Lake Roosevelt near Kettle Falls. There are lots of chances to win great prizes, some cash and even opportunities to throw a monkey wrench in your biggest competitor's game plan. We wrap up our day with a fabulous catered dinner (included with your entry fee), infamous awards ceremony and a keynote from Casey.
Spokane Walleye Club members will qualify for the reduced rate of $25 per night camping at Coulee Playland September 7 through 11. Club members will also be eligible for reimbursement up to $50 (or the equivalent of 2 nights of camping).
Saturday, September 9th will feature our annual fishing contest. Fishing will begin at 9 AM and go until 1 PM. On Saturday, we will also have our afternoon potluck around 2 PM. Bring your favorite main dish, salad, or dessert to share.
RVs and Campers: Reserve your campsite by calling Coulee Playland at (509) 633-2671. Tell them that you are with the Spokane Walleye Club. A block of "pull through sites" is being held in the "Upper Lot" for club members. These sites have 30 amp electric as well as sewer and water. To ensure a "pull through site" in our club block, reserve your spot by August 15th. Campsites reserved after Aug 15th may not be in the same part of the park as other club members.
Tent Campers: Spokane Walleye Club has reserved the group camping area near the picnic shelter/gazebo. There will be room for 6 or 7 tents in the grassy area between the gazebo and the bathrooms. Tent campers do not need to make a reservation for the Fall Camp Out. Daily parking and boat launch fees may apply.
Check In time is Noon. Check Out time is also Noon.
Cancellation Policy: A deposit up to $40 may be required at the time you make your reservation. If you cancel within 72 hours of your check-in time, you will receive a refund. Coulee Playland is entitled to keep $15 of your $40 deposit.
Club Contact: Greg Koch, Events Committee Chair
Special Meeting Time: 6 PM
Our annual Shrimp Boil and Potluck will be held at 6 PM August 30th. The Club will provide shrimp, soft drinks, and corn on the cob. Bring your favorite side dish or dessert.
There will be no guest speaker for this meeting. Our gun raffle drawing will be held following our meal.
Meet at Yoke's in Airway Heights at 7 AM and caravan to the boat launch at Coulee City City Campground. We will try to launch around 830 AM.
- Coulee City Campground - South End Banks LakeInfo: Good Sam
- Steamboat Rock Campground - North End Banks Lake Info: StatePark.com
- Coulee Playland - Far North End Banks Lake - Info: CouleePlayland
- Primitive Camping - SW corner of Banks Lake and at Mid Lake along Hwy 155
Directions: The Coulee City Community Park is about 90 miles west of Spokane on Highway 2. The park is on the south end of Banks Lake in the town of Coulee City. The park is clearly marked with a sign on Hwy 2.
Meet at the boat launch at Hunters around 9 am. Hunters has a nice campground, fish cleaning station, beach, and playground. Some club members are planning to camp over the weekend. More information about the facility at Hunters can be found here.
Directions: 70 miles from Spokane. Take State Highway 2 west of Spokane for 32 miles to the town of Davenport. Turn north on State Highway 25 and travel 37 miles. Follow signs for the campground. Turn left (west) on Campground Road in the town of Hunters.
June 3rd Fish Day Moved to Long Lake. 800 AM at Nine Mile Resort.
The flow below McNary Dam is unusually strong. With high flow and the potential for breezy winds, we have decided to move the Umatilla Fish Day to Long Lake. We plan to launch at Nine Mile Resort at 8 AM.
Nine Mile Resort 11226 W Charles Rd Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026
Open to Public. A short business meeting will be followed by our guest speaker Scott Imholt of YJ Guide Service. Scott will talk about guided walleye trips on Lake Roosevelt and the Columbia River near Tri Cities. He will also talk about their increasingly popular winter burbot and walleye trips on Lake Roosevelt.
Club Meetings are held at the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council at 6116 North Market Street, Spokane WA.
The Spring Walleye Classic is moving to the north end of Banks Lake! After a lot of feedback about the venue at Banks Lake, the Spokane Walleye Club has made it official. The 2017 GORDON STEINMETZ MEMORIAL SPRING WALLEYE CLASSIC will be hosted & launched from Coulee Playland Resort in Electric City.
Kids Fishing Registration Form HERE.
Volunteers are needed to help register kids, distribute tackle, repair tackle and help kids catch fish. Report to the Clear Lake Resort at 7 AM. Additional volunteers will be needed from 2 PM to 4 PM to clean up and take down the fish net pens. For more information about Clear Lake Resort visit this website.
Late April can produce good walleye fishing on the north end of Moses Lake. Meet at 730 AM the McDonald's on Exit 272 (Aero Rd/West Medical Lake). Or meet us at the Connelly Park boat ramp on the north end of Moses Lake. See the map below.
McDonald's 10511 W Aero Rd, Spokane, WA 99224
Connelly Park 6671 McConihe Rd NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837
Open to Public. A short business meeting will be followed by a presentation by Alix Blake (biologist Spokane Tribe) detailing the status of Northern Pike in the Upper Columbia River. Alix will share findings from 2016 studies conducted on Lake Roosevelt and Long Lake.
Club Meetings are held at the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council at 6116 North Market Street, Spokane WA.
Cabela's Spring Fishing Classic will feature fishing seminars and special events and promos from 9 AM through 3 PM. Spokane Walleye Club member Greg Koch will present a seminar at 10 am on Patterns for Late Spring and Early Summer Walleyes.
Cabela's Post Falls ID
Our March Meeting will be held at 7 PM at the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council on 6116 North Market Street in Spokane. Following a brief business meeting, our guest speak will be Jason Hilzendeger of Larry's Rod and Reel Repair. Jason will tell us how he cleans and tunes spinning and casting reels. He will also detail the process of how he repairs broken fishing rods.
Our first Club Fish Day of 2017 will be held at Fort Spokane on Lake Roosevelt. We had a very good turn out last March for our Fort Spokane fish day, and we had good success catching pre-spawn walleyes. Meet at the Yokes in Airway Heights at 730 AM or at the boat launch around 830 AM.
We will be closely monitoring the level of Lake Roosevelt. If the elevation drops below 1247 feet, we may move our launch site to Seven Bays or Porcupine Bay. http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=otx&gage=gcdw1
The Spokane Walleye Club will staff a booth at the Annual Big Horn Outdoor Adventure show brought to you by the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council. This event begins on Thursday, March 16th at noon and runs through Sunday, March 19th at 4 PM. Come check it out at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center.
Cabela's will host one of it's biggest fishing events of the year at Spring Great Outdoor Days. Fishing seminars begin a 9 AM and go through 3 PM. Spokane Walleye Club member Greg Koch will present his Spring Walleye Seminar from 1 PM to 2 PM.
Devil's Lake ND professional angler, Johnnie Candle will be presenting a Walleye University in Kennewick WA this February 18th from 8 AM to 4 PM. During this one day event you will discover fish catching patterns, cutting edge techniques, how to better understand your marine electronics, and find out what’s new in walleye gear. SEMINAR FEE $50 AND EVERY PARTICIPANT WILL RECEIVE $25 TACKLE ASSORTMENT. REGISTER AT RANCH AND HOME CUSTOMER SERVICE OR CALL 509.737.1996
Ranch and Home, 845 North Columbia Blvd, Kennewick WA
Message from Kasey at the Fishing Hole at Ace Hardware: 1330 N Argonne Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99212
Attention fishing club members! Our last club fishing sale night was a big success, We would like to offer this discount sale for club members again on December 11th 2016, sale begins at 5:00pm and will end at 7:00pm or later if need be. If you are a member of Spokane Bass Club, Inland Empire Bass Club and Spokane Walleye Club or Northwest Fishing Reports the deal we offer is our cost of an item +10% that is a huge savings on most anything you purchase! Also we will be serving food and drinks starting at 6:00pm. This is a chance to get everyone together chat about each others success as an angler over the last year, eat some good food and get huge savings! We hope to have another awesome event and look forward to seeing everyone who can make it.
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