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  1. #51
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    Name: Jeff

    Occupation: Medically retired military

    Hometown: Mossyrock but in Tacoma for now

    Lakes of most experience: Riffe, American, Mayfield, Lake Washington

    Total years fishing:28

    Years fishing for kokanee:25

    Method: Trolling, jigging, still fishing

    I grew up on Riffe from the time i could walk and can still pull limits off when some say its dead. I've been fishing American for the last 6 years and I have it pretty dialed in. If anyone has Riffe questions Would be more than happy to help, it seems like its not a very easy to figure out lake for alot of people due to its size.

  2. #52
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    Welcome everyone. Thanks for signing in with the roll call. It helps when we are trying to plan group events or to know who may be a local for a new lake we want to try.

    -Mack
    Take a kid fishing make some reel memories!

  3. #53
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    Name: Toni
    Occupation: Library
    Hometown: Graham
    Lakes of most experience: Clear Lake Pierce County
    Years fishing for Kokanee : I started targeting this year
    Methods: Trolling

    I have a 12 foot 1977 Sears Gamefisher that leaks with a Minnkota electric and I have a Walker Down rigger
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  4. #54
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    Welcome aboard Toni! Glad to have you here.

  5. #55
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    Welcome aboard Toni!!!

  6. #56
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    Bothell, Washington
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    Welcome to the forum Toni..

  7. #57
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    Default Many thanks

    Thank you for the welcome.

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    Dave, retired, fished kokanee for 35 years, clear lake American and several others around king and pierce county that hold them and several in eastern washington, mostly troll from my Crestliner boat.

  9. #59
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    here!!!!!!!!

  10. #60
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    Kokonuts is Back!!!

    I've been busy making more "STUFF", & cleaning up the old "STUFF"!!

    I hope to see you all soooon at Lake Merwin!

    Kokonuts
    Where Ever I Go
    There I Am

  11. #61
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    Oly, WA
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    Smile

    Mossback here! Still onboard. Da ole kokanee boat and rods have been put on the ways 'till April. Too busy duck hunting, crabbing and hibernating. :>)

  12. #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kokonuts View Post
    Kokonuts is Back!!!

    I've been busy making more "STUFF", & cleaning up the old "STUFF"!!

    I hope to see you all soooon at Lake Merwin!

    Kokonuts
    Kokonuts, when do those koks start bitting up there at Merwin?

  13. #63
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    Still here. Has been a busy fall and winter for us. Back to fishing kokes this spring.

  14. #64
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    Default Still Kickin'

    I'm still pullin' breaths. Guess that's better than the alternative!

    Hope to be sending some Lake Stevens reports before too awful long. Maybe get out and try some different waters this year.

    Alan

  15. #65
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    name: Gary
    Home: Arlington
    Occupation: tug boater
    years fishing: 55
    Years fishing kokanee: 30+
    Methods: trolling-still fishing
    Boat: Hewes River Runner
    Lakes: Cavenaugh-Roseiger-Baker-Stevens

  16. #66
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    Welcome sfstilly, and everyone else.

    With a freezer full of venison, now it's time to plan for fishin'. It won't be long until the boat stops serving as extra storage in the garage.

    -Mack
    Take a kid fishing make some reel memories!

  17. #67
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    Name: Sam
    Home: Lake Tapps
    Occupation: Crane Operator
    Years fishing: 50+
    Years fishing kokanee: 15+
    Methods: Trolling & Still Fishing
    Boat: Lund Pro V IFS with Yamahas
    Lakes: American, Washington, Sammamish, Stevens, Roosevelt plus many more to come.

  18. #68
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    Name: Pete
    Occupation: Sales
    City: Vancouver
    Lakes: Merwin, Swift
    Years Fishing: 20, years fishing without ice auger, 8
    Kokanee fishing: entering 4th year
    Methods: Trolling
    Boat: 17ft Lund Pro Sport

    call myself birds nest since that is what my reels seem to look like everytime I cast.

    place at LMCH so love to spend my time up there fishing and spending time with my kids, they love it

    Prefered Mechanic is Andy with Diversified Marine

  19. #69
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    Name: Bruce
    Occupation: Farm Manager
    Lakes: Roosevelt
    Years Fishing: 45
    Kokanee Fishing: 1
    Boat: 19' Jetcraft

    Been an avid flyfisher most of my life. Have spent countless hours fishing for steelhead and salmon from Oregon to Alaska but recently have become more interested in trolling for kokanee.


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    name, Daron
    occupation, HVAC
    home town,Stanwood
    years fishing,15
    years fishing kokes,3
    method trolling
    Boat,20' prostealheader,built buy rogue marine
    Just moved here from Ca fished kokes the last two years at Berryessa hope to find a good koke lake up here.caught a couple 20"ers last year.

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    Name: Jim
    Occupation: Design Mgr.
    Home: North Seattle
    Years fishing: 50
    Kokanee fishing: 3
    Lakes: Stevens, Sammamish, Washington
    Streams: Skykomish, Yakima, Klickitat, Skagit
    Method: Trolling for salmon and Koks, Fly fishing for trout and steelhead
    Boat: Parker 1801 CC

    Spent many years in my youth chasing salmon in the salt with my father. Then almost exclusively Steelhead with a fly rod all over Washington, Oregon and BC. This lead to really getting into fly tying, even the classics, thus the "Kelson".
    Got interested in smelling the salt air again and bought a boat.....then it happened, I got addicted to kokanee. Fun and tasty!

  22. #72
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    Welcome everyone.

    It won't be long and Kokonuts and I will start planning this years KFF Family Day for our region.

    See you on the water.
    -Mack
    Take a kid fishing make some reel memories!

  23. #73
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    Western Washington
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    Name: Steve
    Occupation: Aviation
    Hometown: South Sound
    Lakes of most experience: Roosevelt, Riffe, Banks, American
    Total years fishing: 34
    Years fishing for Kokanee: since 1997
    Methods: Trolling
    Boat: 2009 Weldcraft Maverick 186

  24. #74
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    name: mike / occupation self employed / hometown Canby Oregon/ lakes most fished Wickiup,Odel, Green Peter, Detroit learning Walolla./ Trolling,jigging,stillfishing gotten more interested in the high lakes since combat fishing for Salmon started about 5 yrs. Boat: 21ft motion marine guide motel

  25. #75
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    Welcome aboard everyone! You will see me out there again this year in my little ole 12 ft "fully loaded" Lund. This is a great site for exchanging ideas and tips. MackPrince - heard there was a good turnout at the get together last year. I will try my best to make it this year.

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