Club Fishing Days
Spokane Walleye Club Fishing Days bring members of the club together to fish various walleye waters in eastern Washington. Fishing Days are held about once per month from March through November. New members and inexperienced anglers are given the opportunity to learn techniques from experienced members.
Kettle Falls Picnic
The Kettle Falls Picnic is held Father's Day weekend at Kettle Falls, Washington. Mid June is usually prime time for catching walleye on the upper reaches of Lake Roosevelt. Members fish hard during the mornings and afternoons, but the evenings are all about fish stories and roasting marshmallows by the camp fire.
The Fall Campout is scheduled for mid September and is the last big event of the season. We fish for "bragging rights" during our fishing day on Saturday. Club members share potluck supper on Saturday and a potluck breakfast on Sunday.
In mid to late May, the Spokane Walleye Club organizes the Gordon Steinmetz Spring Walleye Classic. This fishing tournament draws professional and amateur anglers to Banks Lake for the one of the most popular tournaments on the Pacific Northwest Walleye Circuit.
The Walleye Cook-Off has quickly become a favorite of club members. Professional chefs demonstrate fish cooking techniques with our favorite protein (walleye of course). Club members also have the opportunity to compete with their favorite walleye recipes. There is enough food to go around that most everybody gets to sample these tasty dishes.
The Spokane Walleye Club raises thousands of dollars and volunteers many hours in support of CAST for Kids and Kids Fishin'. These projects give children the opportunity to learn a wholesome outdoor activity.