Discussion in 'General Fishing Talk' started by oknow, Jan 19, 2015.
is anyone thinking about pikeminnow fishing this may?
or has anyone fished for them in past years?
I've known a couple retired guys that did it, but I've personally never targeted them for money (which I'm assuming your doing?).
IF you have a lot of free time it can me a good income.
not a lot of free time but still interested. I'm gone 5 days a week but like fishing and maybe make a little money to help pay for the boat gas. I haven't done any squaw fishing but want to see what it is like.
They are plentiful in Lake Washington. Most I've caught while bass fishing with grubs and crankbaits. They are actually fun to catch......when you aren't in a tournament.
Old thread but one I'd like to revive.
I am medically retired and want to give this a try this year since I'll be down at Drano the first week of May for my annual B day springer trip.
I've researched the areas that do well with the numbers and have to find a state Park to park the RV so I don't go broke before it starts to pay off.
Don't forget the pikeminnow has to be caught in the COLUMBIA
Well yeah, wait a minute r u callin me an outlaw? .....
I'm just saying cavemen are as old as clean dirt and when they get that old sometimes the thingy between the ears sometimes doesn't work as well as it should.
Did you take Cavemend 101 in college to get that methodology? Or go to te school of hard knocks?
Inquiring midst need to know......
I plan to fish below Bonneville but may opt above if the catchin is better.
Just remember Friday's and Saturdays lol
Are those the days you are available to fish?
yep also sun. am
I want to fish the whole month of May but am going to NC to help my son drive back home & then to Ketchikan in June.
Will keep you informed.
Separate names with a comma.