We had 4 or 5 boats for our first Club Fish Day of the year. I imagine some folks stayed home to watch the Zags play Xavier. The weather was beautiful in the morning with sunshine and light winds. By mid afternoon, we had a few light rain showers. The showers didn't get us wet, but produced gusty 15 to 20 mph winds from various directions. The lake level was about 1252 ft. Launching out of Ft Spokane was no problem, but the ramp will be high and dry within the next couple of weeks as the seasonal draw down continues.
Fishing was slow, but steady. Allan W and Bruce W struggled with a trolling motor failure, but still put 5 keeper walleye in the boat. Greg K and new member Vince W caught 17 walleyes ranging from 12 inches to 18.5 inches. New member Bob from Kooskia Idaho brought his son-in-law and grandson for the weekend. They got several keepers. And new members Randy and Vicki H caught their first walleyes ever.