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Name: Fish Dawg Date: May 23, 2014 Rating:
 
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Family and friends spent Memorial Day weekend camped out at Pearrygin Lake State Park.

I fished Friday (5/23) AM and Sunday (5/25) afternoon. In a nutshell, the trout were plentiful and hungry.

I fished a variety of gear beginning with flatfish plugs on Friday. The F5 frog was top producer Friday with the F7 chrome not too far behind. I fished the F7 with a 1/2 oz rubber core sinker and the F5 with a couple large split shot to get them to depth. Both fished on flat lines with 60 - 90 foot set backs. Best speed was about 1.5 - 1.6. This combo produced at least 6 doubles (landed both on at least 5) and I probably had 20 - 30 all C&R in about 3 hours fishing.

Sunday I took one of my son's friends and her dog out for boat ride and fishing. Used the F7 chrome flatfish and also a silver dodger with wooly bugger on short leader. The dodger and wooly bugger combo was the hot ticket again trolled at about 1.5 - 1.6. We had so many trout hit the wooly bugger they tore it to shreds leaving only a small bit of green/gold hackle remaining on the hook (and they were still hitting it with just this little bit of material left). Thanks to the friendly fellow camper/angler that put me onto this effective combo. The wooly bugger was a green/gold body with a bit of tan fur sticking out the tail end. Also had 30+ fish all C&R on Sunday.

Saw several osprey picking fish out of the lake and a few deer along the edges. Also heard from another angler that a moose was swimming in the lake just before I got on the water Friday AM. Saw lots of what turned out to be moose hair floating on the surface of the lake and was wondering what it was until these guys told me about the moose.

Sorry, no pics...too busy catching to fetch the camera Friday and didn't have it with me Sunday.
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Name: scoutguy Date: September 21, 2013 Rating:
 
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Fished off the shore from the state park, right in front of our camp site number 36. Caught 2 rainbows on powerbait in about 30 minutes. A weasel came out of the brush to check out the fish! Fall is a good time to catch the bows.
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Name: polecat505 Date: August 03, 2013 Rating:
 
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Decided to hit the lake with the family before heading to the famous stampede. We fished this lake last year from shore and the crawdads were horrible so we decided to bring the boat this year to get a little deeper. The lake is what I would consider a medium size lake perfect for trolling or bank fishing but how they decided to allow ski boats is beside me. For three days it was the same routine get up at 6am on the water till 8 and then all hell would break loose. The boats don't even seem able to make a very long run before having to turn around. There is a small cove on the north west end of the lake where a small creek comes in shallow probably fifteen feet deep, every skier and jet ski decided to circle us and pick up the waves. Needless to say fishing was very slow we trolled at different depths, pop gear, on top, dodger you name it we tried it. We did hit allot of fish in the six inch range but only two keepers. I wouldn't recommend this lake late in the year unless you plan on skiing and perhaps fishing just to dink around.
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Name: vevalachris Date: June 29, 2013 Rating:
 
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We pulled into the Silverline Resort about 5:00 pm on Friday. Fished almost exclusively off from the far right dock. Had good luck with all kinds of power bait but the best was green rubber power eggs. Also don't use too small of hook or they will swallow it everytime. 24" leader. Normal swivel. Egg sinker.. Fished off from the bottom.. Stayed Friday to Sunday. Early morning was best but pretty much caught fish all day. Caught roughly 30 rainbows length was 9 - 14"
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Name: Steelheadin360 Date: June 22, 2013 Rating:
 
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Well took the family over to Winthrop for the weekend with high hopes of hitting Patterson for some kokanee sunday morning, ended up having way to much fun at Pearrygin!

We arrived at Silverline Resort located on Pearrygin Lake friday evening. We make it a habit to camp there a few times a year, very family friendly. Got camp all set up and talk to a guy out fishing on the dock and he had a few nice trout on the stringer so the girls wanted to fish there. We plunked some power bait and very quickly had 2 fish a piece to the dock, nice chunks bows! Then it was time for smores and some rest before taking the boat out in the morning.

We all slept in till about 7am the next morning, and i was worried that the bite might have been missed, wrong. I talked to two other guys that were getting in their boat and they said fishing had been "so-so" for trolling but good still fishing off the bottom. So i grabbed both my trolling rods and the spinning reels. When i motored out into the lake i noticed all the fish i were marking were between fifteen and twenty feet deep. So i took a pink splatter dick nite dodger and a pink hoochie spinner (24" leader" and sent it down to 15', instantly had a fish. I handed the pole off to my oldest and hurried and set the other pole, Pink/chrome Dick-nite dodger with a uv white hoochie spinner with a pink blade, and sent it down to 15'. By the time i netted the first fish the second rod was buried into the water. this continued for an hour, no bait no scent. We were back in camp by 8:30 with 13 fish (12"-15"), and I was quickly welcomed by a few fishermen that wanted to know what was on the menu!

I got to sneak out sunday morning for a bit before everyone woke up and it was a repeat of the morning before, fish after fish! I played catch and release for an hour and ended up keeping five that were bleeding and called it a day.

I am a die hard kokanee fishermen, and usaully I dont mess with trout, but i had a freaking blast this weekend. Watching the girls reel in fish after fish, and i even got to get a couple! and they fought so hard on the kokanee rods. The rest of our time in the Methow Valley consisted of checking out the shops, playing putt-putt golf, and enjoying some of the great food the local resteruants have to offer. Now for the fun part. the unpacking.
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Name: Duke98248 Date: June 18, 2013 Rating:
 
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Windy and chilly all day. Found some fish trolling but few and far between. Bites on almost everything but nothing hanging on. Wooly worm, flatfish, and wedding ring with a bit of worm. Then we tried dropping the hook and tossing power bait out. We did pick up two nice 11 inch bows and a couple 9 inchers that swallowed the hook. We did toss a few small guys back that would survive a lip hook. Around 2:30 the wind was brisk enough that we just didn't want the hassel so we headed in for a nap and get the youngsters ready to go home with papa. My buddy and I with spouses will stay here for a few days in hopes of better weather and fishing. Tight lines.
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Name: Duke98248 Date: June 17, 2013 Rating:
 
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Arrived in the late afternoon, got camp set up and readied the boat for a quick trip around the lake for a look at the water and find fish hang-outs. While all of this is going on my 10 year old grandson and 16 year old granddaughter are down on the dock just doing a little fishing and staying out of the way. Muffin shows up with a 20 inch, 1.5 lb Rainbow and Doobie has a nice little 11 incher. Tomorrow, they will fix breakfast and rearrange some of the gear.... I'm going fishing.
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Name: sal Date: May 13, 2013 Rating:
 
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First time at this lake. Got in late afternoon. Set up camp and put boat in water. Almost time for dinner so we walked down to the fishin dock. We pulled out two limits in an hour. Three foot long # 4 test leader with # 8 egg hooks and chartruse trout nuggets. Slip sinkers pulled tight . Nice chunky red meated trout, and good fighters with lots of air time too.This fishing is soooo good. Maybe I shouldn't so much.
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Name: fishchaser Date: September 18, 2012 Rating:
 
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Took a break from Silver fishing and went camping to Lake Pearigin with the family. We fished three mornings and two evenings . two adults and two boys . We caught fish each time out ave. length 11 inches Largest of all the fish was chunky 13 inches. Lots of little 6 inch trout we lip hooked and through back. We fished ave. of 20 feet deep. anchored and tossed bait in all directions. Most hits came between shore or weeds and the boat. Power bait colors were green / orange, red / white, orange mellows, yellow mellows. Also tried white marshmallows with red maggots, or red corn and all worked. One week left in season. Smoke was only bad the first day and the last out of six days.

I trolled with down rigger one morning caught two fish but there were too many small fish at a depth of 20 feet. So I did not try again. Too much work re baiting.

Driving note Bluet Pass has been closed due to fire and smoke do not know for how long. It made for a long drive home.
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Name: shimmycan Date: July 25, 2012 Rating:
 
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Spent 2 of our 10 day eastern WA. camping trip at Pearrygin. The 2nd day we fished almost all day. Tons of little ones. Ended up with 6 keepers including this whopper my daughter reeled in while dad was off to the restroom. She was so excited she ran all the way to camp to get me.
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