Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake

Ferry - Washington


  • 11 catches

  • 167 followers

  • 7 spots

Located in northeastern Washington and named after Franklin D. Roosevelt, Roosevelt Lake is one of the largest lakes in the state of Washington. The lake was formed by the largest concrete structure in the world, the Grand Coulee Dam, primarily for the p...

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 1 lb. 5 oz. 16 in. Walleye with a smile blade/slow death

  2. 1 lb. 3 oz. 13 in. Smallmouth Bass with a smile blade, slow death hook, baby bass senko

  3. Plastic worm on super death hook, copper fleck.

    1 lb. 8 oz. 16 in. Walleye with a super death hook

  4. Details: 5 lb. 17 in. Smallmouth Bass with a Mini Jig

    The water was really down, and it was sandy around a dock, throw a jig hop it and it will catch many bass, you can use any lures.

  5. First fishing trip of the year, caught 15 'eye this one being 25" and 5pounds.

    Walleye

    1. hatemore 0
      Wow! Nice walleye!!!
  6. Details: spawning creek

    1. sarah marsura 0
      Any catch info??
  7. Water surface temperatures have been holding in the low 70’s. Trolling speeds have been averaging were 3 miles per hour due to weather conditions. Anglers are bringing ...more in good numbers in the 12 to 14 inch range, weighing in around 2 pounds. Try using Frisky Jenny Trick R Treat flies tipped with worm or long line mono rigs with Rip'n Minnow plugs. Keep your eyes peeled for some Bighorn Sheep scattered along the hillsides as well. Fishing will be best from 5:23AM through 7:23AM and from 5:53PM to 7:53PM. If those times won’t work for you, 2:04PM to 4:04PM looks promising.

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