Green Peter Reservoir

Everything you need to know for a successful fishing trip to Green Peter Reservoir - top places for fishing, the best fishing techniques, and the latest fishing reports.
Had a good day fishing yesterday, releasing over a dozen small sized Kokanee. That is until I got a visit from the Link County Deputy who tried up next to my 9 ft inflatable pontoon. Unfortunately, I forgot my flotation device, and got a 260 dollar ticket. Hard to take, but rules are rules...
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Fished from 7 to 12 caught 14 kokes 2 trout, lost at least 10. Using red wedding rings at 30'. The wind started to pick up and the lawn needed mowing...
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Monday was my second time fishing for kokes at Green Peter. My first trip for them was last July and I was skunked (didn't have a downrigger to get to the fish at 50 - 70 ft depths.). So, I though i'd try trolling in the spring when the kokes are shallow... I figured the ramp at Thistle Creek...
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Has been a cold wet winter I am starting to get koke fever any reports on the lake?
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http://www.nwp.usace.army.mil/Media/NewsReleases/tabid/1888/Article/22852/corps-permanently-closes-roadside-camping-at-green-peter-reservoir.aspx
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This one is fairly easy to find being such a large lake. Google Maps - Green Peter Lake Most easily approached from the valley by following HWY 20 past Lebanon, and through Sweet Home directly after which you'll encounter Foster Lake (Reservoir?!). One can turn left at the sign for Foster Dam...
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Time to start planning ahead for the annual Green Peter Kokanee Derby. The derby will take place June 11th. You must be registered prior to fishing. Fishing will start 1 hour before daylight and will be over at 2:00 PM. Weigh in will be on the South side of the dam and will start at 1:00 PM and...
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I have heard that fishing for Kokes on Green Peter is great fun. Never tried for Kokanee but with all the talk figured I should at least give it a shot. The only problem was it being hard to get a small lead-free spinner with corn to stay at a depth of 40 or 50 feet when you're trolling... So...
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