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Sportsman's Warehouse Moses Lake

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Moses Lake Events

Come make sure you are prepped and ready for an emergency situation, find out what FEMA says you should have on hand.
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Bring you kid(s) in on Saturday February 9th from 1pm-3pm for them to make a fun Valentines Day craft!
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Come learn about shed hunting and how and when to hunt for those monster sheds!
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Fishing Report For Moses Lake

Good
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
The bass and walleye fishing has been fair. Your best bet is to slow troll a crawler harness behind a bottom walker. Now is also a wonderful time to go after whitefish with no size limit and a limit of 15 fish per day! We recommend using small blades like Swedish Pimples.
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Good
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
Bass and Walleye fishing has slowed down. Fisheries for Salmon and Steelhead reopened on Tuesday (1/1) throughout the lower Columbia River Basin under the 2018/2019 Sport Fishing Rules Pamphlet. The Spring Chinook run doesn?t typically arrive until March however, some early birds will start arriving as soon as the end of the month. Retention of White Sturgeon is open seven days a week on the three pools of the Columbia River from Bonneville to McNary including the adjacent tributaries. Be sure to check with WDFW?s website or call the hotline (360) 902-2500 for updates, rules and rule changes!
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Good
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
The trout fishing has been consistent with fish averaging 15-16 inches. Perch patterns have been effective in the 15-foot range of depth. Confluence and North of Split Rock are the hot spots. Burbot fishing has been good, especially near the mouth of the Colville and Spokane Rivers. Lake Whitefish have been schooling in the 40-50 foot range of water and this is a great month to catch them!
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Good
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
The Crappie and Perch are still sporadically biting under the I90 bridge! Otherwise the bites are far and few between.
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Good
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
There aren?t a ton of fishing reports for this time of year but from what I?ve found, Medicare Beach/Perch Point, Lind Coulee and the Winchester waste way are all good places to fish during this time of year.
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Fair
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
No current reports.
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Fair
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
The Seep lakes are open year-round and a great place to catch multiple species. Trout is the most prevalent so marshmallows, powerbait and crawlers are good options. Crank baits are a good option when targeting multiple species. Heart and Canal Lakes are some of the best during this time of year.
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Fair
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
The Snake river is your best option for hatchery Steelhead. However, be prepared to spend time out there as it might take a while to get your limit. Trolling has been fair but eggs or shrimp bounced off of the bottom are your best bet. Though Walleye fishing is slow, you?re likely to catch larger fish now than any other time of year. Check out WDFW?s website or call (360) 902-2464 for updates, gear restrictions and limit info.
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Unknown
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
The river is closed for Salmon and Steelhead fishing.
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Unknown
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
The river is closed to most sport fishing. Fishing for Whitefish is open from Sunnyside Dam to 3,500 feet below Raza Dam and from Raza Dam through Easton Dam. Be sure to check WDFW?s website for updates.
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About Sportsman's Warehouse Moses Lake

Open since 2017, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Moses Lake, WA is in the Columbia Basin and near Moses Lake, the Gorge Amphitheatre, the “Potholes”, and Highway 17. National Gunsmithing services are coming soon! If you like elk, waterfowl, whitetail and mule deer hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the bass, trout, or walleye that you’re after. We also carry plenty of boating, kayaking, hiking, camping, and bowfishing. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, cut arrows, and tune bows in our 7-yard archery lane. Whether it’s a cold, snowy winter or 100-degree summer day, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the Grant County Fair, Spring Fest, Moses Lake Roundup Rodeo, National Night Out, and Relay for Life.