Salish Ponds?

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michaelkim9582
I was wondering how the fishing is there compared to St. Louis Ponds. Are the bass usually bigger, is there more bass population, and things like that. I've never been there, so I don't really know, and I'm planning on checking it out, if the fishings at least decent.

thanks in advance
 
T
Troutier Bassier
Ive never caught a Bass there, I have seen some Pigs, But they just dident bite. I fish theree everyday in Winter and Spring. But I have caught a SmallMouth there, nice 11er, on a worm.
 
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1bigfish
Troutier Bassier said:
Ive never caught a Bass there, I have seen some Pigs, But they just dident bite. I fish theree everyday in Winter and Spring. But I have caught a SmallMouth there, nice 11er, on a worm.

Troutier Bassier said:
Caught 1000 Of those at Salish Ponds.

?????? did I miss something here?
 
T
Troutier Bassier
The first one was a smallmouth



The small 2 inch largemouth basss ones dont count,
In the second post I was refering to small 2 inchers.
 
K
kornphlake
1bigfish said:
?????? did I miss something here?

Don't worry, that kid confuses himself most of the time.:lol:
 
T
Troutier Bassier
I type faster then I think.
 
B
beaverfan
According to ODFW's weekly recreation report East Salish is stocked with Crappie, Bass and other warmwater species by Oregon Bass and Panfish Club. So there should be some lunkers in there. I wouldn't count out East Salish.
 
T
Troutier Bassier
Ive seen some Real Monsters in there, Fish points im Shallow water under treee.
 
B
beaverfan
Also I know there's a fishing dock on West Salish but isn't there one at East Salish as well? Fishing under the dock would be a good starting point. Or you can try a topwater lure in the heavily weeded areas. A nice frog pattern should produce.
 

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