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Thread: 2019 Anderson Ranch Reservoir Kokanee Fishing Report

  1. #76
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    Default Ramps near pine open?

    Are the ramps near pine accessible? If so has anyone fished the upper end? Making first trip of the year and bringing a first timer this weekend looking for best location for launch and schools.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osu View Post
    Are the ramps near pine accessible? If so has anyone fished the upper end? Making first trip of the year and bringing a first timer this weekend looking for best location for launch and schools.

    Thanks
    There were boats launching from Curlew Sunday. From what I saw out in front of the ramp, the ice is mostly broken into sheets. The narrow just downstream from Lime Creek and then the Fall Creek area is where I was marking the most fish and food.

  3. #78
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    Default Improved?

    Was there last Friday. Very slow. A few at daybreak but nothing like the week before.

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    We fished Saturday from 7a-7p and ended up with 15 kokes and a handful of chinook and trout. 5 nice kokes around 18 inches and the rest were in the 13-14 inch range. Most fish we caught were 10ft of shallower. Blue was the most effective color for us. We also fished Sunday for a half day and it was very slow. We caught one koke and lost two others. The bonus was this very nice18inch trout. It made 5 good runs on me before we could land it. Super fun. I'm happy to report curlew is open and the docks are in place. However it seems like it will be a few more weeks before the water gets high enough to use the docks.
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    Good job,! thanks for the report. We had a similar day Friday before last. Work and family commitments will keep me away for the month of April, so I will fish vicariously thru this site. Good luck to all!

  6. #81

    Default What bait?

    Thanks for the report, do you mind saying what type of bait. Spinner, hoochie, or lure? Thanks

  7. #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleLucas View Post
    We fished Saturday from 7a-7p and ended up with 15 kokes and a handful of chinook and trout. 5 nice kokes around 18 inches and the rest were in the 13-14 inch range. Most fish we caught were 10ft of shallower. Blue was the most effective color for us. We also fished Sunday for a half day and it was very slow. We caught one koke and lost two others. The bonus was this very nice18inch trout. It made 5 good runs on me before we could land it. Super fun. I'm happy to report curlew is open and the docks are in place. However it seems like it will be a few more weeks before the water gets high enough to use the docks.
    Hey UncleLucas, very nice! Were they hitting in a particular area? My buddy and I were there on Sat too from 7:30 to 4. Covered pretty much the whole reservoir from the dam up to Curlew. Saw the most boats we've ever seen on Anderson. Maybe 60-80! Quite a few at Fall Creek. But didn't see very many going for a net though. In fact, I think our net was the busiest we saw. We caught plenty of trout and a few chinooks. But 0 Kokes - which I thought was very strange. We were fishing between the surface and 22' all day (no downriggers, just 0 to 3oz of lead). Used rainbow dodgers and ford fenders along with various colored hoochies and spinners, getting hits on all the combos. Again, just no Kokes. Bummer!

    KokaneeKevin
    2004 Tracker Targa V16: beige w/ green trim and green canopy, 75hp 4-str Merc.

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    All the fish we caught from lime creek upstream were chinooks. We caught kokes from lime creek all the way down to fall creek with the majority of them being in that big bay area between. We even had a quadruple just east of the powerlines and landed all four! We caught lots of fish with nothing ever showing on the finder. Blue and silver kokabow Dodger with a blue/pink squid with a short leader was the hot one.

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    Default Saturday

    We fished Saturday 4-13 from 8:15-3:00. We landed three Kokes and two chinook, lost two really nice Kokes near the net and had a few other release clips but missed the fish. Hooked the chinook at 25ft and the Kokanee at 45

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