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    Kokanee article from IFG

    This is what IFG is putting out..... It's kinda like asking Mrs. Lincoln if she still enjoyed the play anyways........


    Pauli Yesterday, 11:34 PM Go to last post

    Catch and release

    I am new to the Kokanee fishing but I have read quite a bit regarding the catch and release of Kokanee. My understanding is that the mortality rate for

    Smokey Yesterday, 09:12 PM Go to last post

    Slow Slow Slow

    I spent about 4 hours trolling Arrow Rock Res this morning. Had only 2 bites....one of which ended up being a pike minnow. Tried all the popular colors,

    Pauli Yesterday, 05:17 PM Go to last post

    4th of July weekend!!!

    Fished Friday and caught a 22" Chinook (only bite and only fish). Saturday caught one 19" Koke (only bite and only fish). Sunday same thing,

    Bowhntr510 Yesterday, 04:41 PM Go to last post
    G3 longliner

    2020 Anderson Ranch Reservoir Kokanee Report

    I agree 100% I keep nothing under 14 in. Last trip i released 9 koks 12- 13 in at LP Next year they will be the 15-17 in fish But what do

    G3 longliner Yesterday, 03:44 PM Go to last post

    2020 Anderson Ranch Reservoir Kokanee Report

    Kokanee are highly susceptible to bacterial loss and because of their shoaling nature they could pass a viral or bacterial infection very easily. We are

    MMDON Yesterday, 11:25 AM Go to last post
    Good Outfit

    25 fish limit

    I do not beleive that the 25 per day limit has anything to do with why there are no fish in the lake today as the mature fish we catch this year or any

    Good Outfit Yesterday, 10:35 AM Go to last post

    7/5/20 report

    very few boats on the lake in the morning. Put in at 7:30AM. 3 kokes & 1 bow. purple wedding rings 20' & 40' deep. Seemed to like it a little

    msusprtn 07-05-2020, 05:13 PM Go to last post
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