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Vital Statistics for this Fishing Spot
Nearest City: Grand Coulee
County(s): Grant
State: Washington
Acres: 81,000 acres
Shoreline: 600 miles
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Fish Species: Brook Trout, Chinook Salmon, Cutthroat Trout, Dolly Varden , Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Sockeye Salmon, Walleye
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Roosevelt Lake State Records

Species Size Angler Date
Kokanee Salmon 6 lbs .25 oz Clarence F. Rief 6/25/2003
Lake Whitefish 6 lbs 10.08 oz Jerry Hamilton 3/31/1997
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Kelly Colliton | Posted: January 21, 2008

A typical day on Roosevelt can mean 3-4 nice trout in the winter. Once in a while you stumble on a non-typical day and pick up a couple limits with a silver or two thrown in! Yesterday, the 20th was non typical. Working the north side, down river from the Sanpoil, trolling a yellow dick nite did the trick. 1.5 to 3 mph, varying it up and basically on the surface 200' back. I use Side Winder Planers and I will even use the downrigger to about 10'. I also use a dodger fly combo and just switch colors until it works. Red or Yellow did the trick. Tight Lines

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