Eloika Lake

Spokane - Washington


  • 13 catches

  • 131 followers

  • spots

Largemouth bass, yellow perch, and black crappie in spring, fall and winter through the ice are the best bets. There is a 9-inch minimum size, 10-fish limit on black crappie here. This lake has a reputation as an excellent largemouth bass lake with more t...

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Eloika Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. Largemouth Bass with a Spinnerbait

  2. On this day I did not even get a nibble, so I took some very pretty photos ;]

    Nothing Got Skunked with a Silence & Peace

  3. fished shallow to 12 ft. and also tried for perch/ crappie not one bite nor did anybody I talked to. water temp 54 ambient temp to 70.

    Bass, perch, crappie with a crankbaits, swim jigs, rubber worms

  4. 4 lb. 6 oz. Largemouth Bass with a wheightless craw dad

  5. Details: Largemouth Bass with a jerkbait

    This was the biggest but caught like 15 to 20 more fish

  6. Details: Largemouth Bass with a Spinner

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