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Thread: 2020 Anderson Ranch Reservoir Kokanee Report

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    Default 2020 Anderson Ranch Reservoir Kokanee Report

    May this years fishing reports be as promising as last year. Good Luck to all at "The Ranch".
    17 ft. red/white Crestliner
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    Default Itching to get out there

    wanting to make the drive up there to try for some early season kokes, has anyone been by the boat ramps? is there any way a person can get out there? thanks in advance!

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    Don't think so still a little early yet

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    The ramp at the dam is open but the ramp at Curlew is still snowed in. The lake is Frozen from Lime Creek North.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrichard View Post
    The ramp at the dam is open but the ramp at Curlew is still snowed in. The lake is Frozen from Lime Creek North.
    How's the road down to the dam and the boat ramp?

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    Fine hardly any snow at all. There is some snow on the side of the ramp but it's not a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrichard View Post
    Fine hardly any snow at all. There is some snow on the side of the ramp but it's not a problem
    Launched there Thursday no problems. Not much parking in the lot with snowbanks.

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    Fishin report??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldfishnfart View Post
    Fishin report??
    Looks like some big fish this year. Still slow.

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    Went up yesterday just to scratch the itch and get out. Put in at the dam. Caught some trout but no kokes. Talked to some other guys and they also said it was slow. Drove up to the narrows and didnt see any ice except for around powerline. Didnt go through the narrows..

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    Default Chromers

    Caught a few kokes yesterday. Searched hard and got on a good school. 16-18Ē. Had 4 doubles and three triples. Location is key.

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    If you donít mind me asking what depth were you getting into the kokes ?

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    20-70 ft. They kept moving around. Just search until you see them on the graph. Set downrigger 20 ft above them and running 50 ft behind. Seemed to do the trick. Felt good to get out and smack a bunch.
    Just gotta watch out for people. Even a couple boats on top of a group of fish will scatter them real quick or so it seems, yesterday was my first day out on Anderson with my own boat doing my thing rather then just tagging along.

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    Iím getting the itch, thanks for the reply and information 👍

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    Default CHROMERS

    Maybe i wont need to have you "just tag along anymore" haha

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