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Name: FishingFool Date: August 26, 2014 Rating:
 
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Decided to start the day off on a point with pilings. As I was sneaking up to the area, I saw my sonar light up at 30'. Marked it quickly and used swimbait and cranks around the point. Then the DS. Got a few swipes and nips from perch. After about not producing any bass there, I started backing up towards where I marked fish.

1st fish was a dandy of a perch on DS. Almost 11". Fan casting around the area and I get a nice bite. Pull up a 14" SMB in 32' of water. Caught a couple more nice perch.

Moving upwards on the lake. Got a 16" SMB to hit the DS in 22' of water. Get me a dink in about 15' in the same area.

Stopped off at farthole. Didn't produce any bass for me today. Caught another nice perch there. Then caught a 16" squawfish on the DS. Pretty sure it's my first squaw on DS. Saw the fish on sonar. Dropped the DS straight down. A couple of jigs and it bites! Misses. Immediately lowered rod and it bites again and fish on! It was one of the more feisty squaws I've caught. Thought it was a large perch. It was even flopping around in the net afterwards. They usually just play dead for me.

Continue up north and caught more dinks and 1 at 13".

Started heading back south and caught more dinks ,a couple 12-13" and some bait size.

One of the smaller fish spit out a sculpin at me.

Protip. Don't wear a black shirt when it's suppose to be hot out.
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Name: BentRod Date: August 24, 2014 Rating:
 
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Was looking for an excuse to go test out a 15hp outboard my brother loaned me and decided that the Lake Samm. Chinook would be a good reason. Invited forum member Realfisherman to go drag some gear around this morning. I'd intended to get to the gate early, but got there even earlier than intended. Turned out to the be the first in line at 5:30. Gates don't open until 6:30. The next guy didn't show up until about 15 minutes later. About 6am a good number of trailers showed up, but half seemed to be bass boats (guess there was a tournament today). When the gates opened, we got our game on and everyone seemed to launch in quick order. We had our gear in the water by 6:45. My partner didn't have his gear in the water two minutes and his rod starts bouncing. It wasn't a big fish and i'd thought he'd hooked a trout, but up came a 14" catfish stuck to his plug. We had a good laugh about getting the skunk off and proceeded to troll, dragging various dodger/hook/plug/spoon combinations out from the mouth of the creek along with the other 10-12 boats. Although we saw a few fish surface we didn't hook or see any hooked while we were out there. Beautiful morning. Quit about 9:30 as did most everyone else. No fish, but the motor ran well, so mission accomplished. Although we marked a lot of fish on the sonar, most seemed to be smaller, so probably trout and perch with a few big arches in the mix. The water temp was 74 degrees according to the fish finder.
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Name: Steelhead6438 Date: August 24, 2014 Rating:
 
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I went out to the lake this morning with a couple friends of mine and his son to catch some perch and peamouth chub that I figured would provide good action for the young boy who is 7. I was really praying I picked a good day to go fishing and that the boy would catch some perch and keep him interested in the adventure.

We stopped on the West side of the lake in an area that drops off from 20 to 47 feet. There are usually a good bunch of perch there of edible size. Today was no exception. Within a few minutes my friend Sean caught a small brown bullhead catfish of about 12 inches and my friend's son caught several nice perch that were providing great action. In about 2 hours time, we landed over 25 perch, 10 peamouth chub, 2 smallmouth bass and a large squawfish of about 3 lbs.

Needless to say, it was an absolute blast for my friend's son and all of us. We were very fortunate to have good action. To put the icing on the cake however, my friend's son hooked a large trout of about 19 inches or better with his little Zebco fishing rod. It peeled out drag and fought him for a while. It was a blast. It was one of the larger trout I've seen caught this year.

The best thing about the trip is that this little boy was so happy and thrilled and really enjoyed the trip to say the least. It's awesome making memories. This little man is on his way to being a fine fisherman.

I've attached some pictures of the day's catch. Making memories and stirring passion inside a young boy for the thrill of fishing is what it is all about!
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Name: FishingFool Date: August 20, 2014 Rating:
 
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Slept in, went to lake late.

Noticed 5-6 boats at the launch bay area and mouth of creek trolling around. I guess salmon run is on?

Choppy and windy out on the lake. Was a wet ride. Found some cover and just tried to not get blown around. First cast at almost 10AM.

Manage a dink on DS in between gusts.

Went to the other side of the lake. Tried several cranks and spinners. Caught some nice perch. Managed to use the DS a few times and caught a couple more dink SMB.

Was tired of getting beat up, so called it quits after 2 hrs of fishing. Didn't venture far up the lake. Stayed down in the lower 1/4 of lake or so.
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Name: FishingFool Date: August 19, 2014 Rating:
 
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Started fishing at ~8:45AM on a point where I've had some success. No bass there today. Saw lots of small bluegills(??) and perch.

Boated away to a deep dock with rocks along shore. Ran a crankbait in front of it and get my first bass of the day, just a dink though, maybe ~9".

Pitched a DS around the area and getting a little bit bigger SMB at almost 14". Tossed it back in there and get myself another dink right away. Continued along and made a cast into about 20' of water and get a bite as soon as it hit bottom. ~13" SMB and it was spitting out it's dinner. That's it for this area.

Decide to stop off at Fart Hole and see if anything will bite. I pull over about 50 yards from it and start working the docks and a bit deeper. Found a large school of what looks like squawfish, perch, bluegill, and fingerling SMB in the mix. Got a dink SMB off the end of a dock with crank.

I get to Fart Hole and 2nd cast in, I get a perch. A pretty decent size perch, almost 10" on DS. Reeling it in and I see a ~15" bass chasing it. Wasn't interested in the perch, looked like it was trying to get my bait.

Make several casts back there and get a dink SMB @ 10". Then caught a 14" SMB. I wonder if it was the one chasing the perch, very similar size. I see sonar is light up with baitfish. But couldn't get any more bass to bite.

Boated away getting closer to the north end. Worked a few deep areas and caught more dinks. Some of them were bait size. Surprised they even got hooked.

I see a boat up ahead working a deep point that I've had some success before, so I left and went farther north.

Working the area and I'm in ~20' of water and I see what looks like a fish on sonar on the bottom. I drop my DS straight down and as soon as it hit bottom, fish on! Just another dink at 10", but a fish is a fish. When I released it, I saw it on sonar and it went straight back down to the bottom. Very cool.

Getting toasty and hungry. Get a quick snack and making my way back south. I stop off along the eastern side. Started off in deep water first because saw baitfish down there. I get close to a T-dock and make several casts at different spots with the DS. Well, I made a slightly bad cast and was about 5' to the right, but kept fishing it. I see my line jump and set the hook. Fish on! And whoa, it feels like a quality fish. It quickly flashes and yep, definitely bass. I also see 2 just slightly smaller bass following it. There were 3 quality fish in a random spot.

I loosen my drag so I wouldn't break off and it starts peeling lots of line. Nice! I'm far enough away from the dock, I don't have to worry about wrapping it. The fish digs down again and it just stays down.....2 things popped in my head. This doesn't feel like a SMB, but if it is, it's now snagged on something. I put tension on the spool and lift up. I feel the headshakes when I do that, but the fish isn't budging otherwise. I tighten drag a little bit and lift up again. This time, the fish comes up and I finally get a good look at it and it's a nice LMB! Bonus fish! I see it keeps opening it's mouth to try and spit out the hook. I'm hoping it holds! The bass turns upside down... I'm thinking oh no, bad angle! Wrangle it and it gets back upright. Seems to be tired now and I get it into the net. Pumped up! Woot. My biggest LMB this year. Now I'm not sure if the other 2 fish I saw are SMB or LMB. But like I said, they were all very similar size.

~18" @ 3lb 3oz.

On the way back, I decided to stop off at Fart Hole again. Just a couple more dinks. Was hoping to caught a few decent size SMB so I could up my rating, lol.

Caught plenty of dinks and baitfish size bass today. In the double digits, but looking for better quality fish.
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Name: FishingFool Date: August 08, 2014 Rating:
 
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Beautiful morning. First cast at 8:20AM. Starting off in the shallows with a crank. Started to move out a little deeper and 1st fish of the day is a perch.

Start working a point with the crank and nothing. Swimbait, nothing but perch nipping. Toss out the DS and eventually get a bass in 15' of water at 8:30AM. It's left eyeball looks nasty. Not sure what's the deal with it. About 16". Continued working this point but couldn't get any more bass out of it. Since I caught this bass off a point. I went to the point yesterday where I was able to catch 5 relatively quickly.

Started off with a crank there. Then swimbait. Then DS. Shook off a dink at boat side on the crank. Decided to go to the other side of the lake and fish it for a bit.

Was working a steep rocky dropoff. Pretty sure all I felt were perch.

I know of a point that I've caught fish off before nearby, so I started heading there. As I get closer, I see a couple of guys in a blue boat to my left fishing. They were working the bank, heading towards that area. So I just turned and went farther north, working a different point.

Ran a deep diving crank along with a couple of nips, but nothing solid. Drop the DS down and get myself a feisty dink at about 12". Move past the point and try working the deep docks. Get another dink at about 10" by a boat.

Not much happening for me today. So I go even further north.

Was in 18' of water when I get a decent SMB on the DS. ~16". Healthy and strong.

I get to a shallow area with lots of rocks. Caught a handful of dinks there, ranging from 7-12". In the mix, I also caught a rock bass. I didn't know they had them in Sammamish. This is my first time catching one here.

I start heading south and stop off at another point. Ran my deep diving around and get a solid bite. Then I feel the headshakes and was stoked. Then no fight at all.... damn it, a squaw. Left the boat bleeding. I switch to DS and was watching my sonar. Then I heard this loud swoosh sound. Look up and see an eagle about 20' from me. Snatches the squaw right out of the water. My highlight of the day.

12:30PM and it's getting pretty toasty out. Gonna call it a day, but want to hit Fart Hole for a few minutes to see if I can redeem myself.

~10" dink on DS. Followed by a 12" dink. Then a ~6" dink. I started throwing a craw too. Saw line swimming away, but I didn't get a good hookset. Nothing on crank or swimbait there.

Called it quits at 1:15PM. Fart hole has exhausted itself.

Even though my bass count was about ~10". Too many dinks to make it a 3. If I had 2 or maybe just 1 more decent size bass, would have given it a 3 for the day. Still nice day to be out. Lots of eye candy.
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Name: FishingFool Date: August 07, 2014 Rating:
 
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This morning, the marine layer was much lighter than yesterday. Can see some blue.

First cast at ~8:10AM. Since I had the cloud cover and water was smooth enough at the fishing spot, I decided to start off with a walking topwater. Nothing in 10 mins. Start going out deeper and changing up to crank. I'm working a point. 1st fish of the day, a perch on the crank.

Then I get to the DS in 10' of water and instantly, fish on! Nice little 14" SMB.

5 mins later, another fish in the same point and it's bigger @ 16" with the DS.

Several casts later, I snag into something and break off. Bummer. Retie and catch 2 dinks in the 10" range.

I look down and see a decent SMB swimming on the bottom of the point. It's coming towards me and now it's under my boat in the shadow. I drop my DS straight down and jiggle a couple of times and bam! Fish on! It was a fatty 15". Looked like a small football.

So in 1 hour, 5 SMB off this one point, not bad.

Tried fishing the point for another 10-15 mins without a bite before moving on. Worked along the banks for a bit with nothing but perch.

Most of the clouds burned off by 9AM and started to warm up quickly.

I move to a spot where I've caught some bass the last few outtings, but nothing this time. Did have a bite, but didn't stick. Pretty confident it was a bass. Line was swimming away, but it didn't feel big.

Worked some sharp drop-offs with timber and nothing. I boat to the other side of the lake.

Tried the swimbait for a bit without much success. Felt the perch nipping like mad. Working mainly along the bank and docks. Would weave in and out into deeper water.

I downsized and changed colors on the DS.

I get a bite on my DS on a deep dock, but it feels small. Bah, a perch but wait, what is that I see. I see a decent SMB chasing my perch trying to grab my lure from the perch's mouth. I quickly drop the line back down and see what would happen.....Nothing, so I reel in the perch and set it free. Wind picked up a bit and I get blown out into slightly deeper water ~24'. I see the bottom is marked with fish. My money is on perch, but wanted to see if I could catch whatever they are down there.

Drop line down and felt the tap. Then I see my line swimming towards the side pretty aggressively. I set the hook and doesn't feel like a perch to me! I get it up and see it's a SMB and I wonder if it was the one I spotted just a minute ago. Very similar size @ 14-15". Finally. After the good start on that 1st hour. I had to wait a little over 2 hours until I got another bass. Pathetic. But I was thinking wow, that seems deep to me, lol. Dropped the DS back down and just felt what I assume the perch biting non-stop.

I continue along that 20' range weaving in and out trying to spot anymore bait. Tried working a few more deep docks. I'm at the end of a dock and I see my sonar light up again right at 25-26'. Drop DS down and waited.
Wind blows me off a bit and I go back over. Make a cast past it and drifted pass. That was the ticket. Felt the bite and set the hook. Knew it was small, but definitely bass. Maybe 12". It's about 12PM now. Sun is high and overhead. Blue skies.

Was ready to call it quits, but I said I'll stop off at Fart Hole for about 15 mins and see if anything will bite. I get there and make several casts working my way to it. Felt the nips from perch along the way. I get to the hole and it didn't take long for a bass. I think it was the 2nd cast and it's a dandy! It stays down and I'm thinking YES! Feel the headshakes so I know it's a bass. Keeps digging down. I loosen my drag after the hook set, so my drag is now screaming. It flashes near the top wanting to jump, but I work it back down and saw it was a pretty nice SMB. It tires out and I scoop it into the net. Quality 18" SMB weighing exactly at 3 lbs even.

About 2-3 casts later, I see my line has started to swim away....I reel in a bit of slack and and get ready to set the hook but wtf, I cant feel anything at all.... I see where my line is in the water and the line is still moving. So I start reeling quicker to try and catch up. The fish was about 10' to the right of where my line entered the water and I guess there's a big bow in the line due to the depth and quick swimming of the fish? I don't know, but when I felt the heavier weight, I set the hook again and fish on! This one feels like a quality fish too. Feel the headshakes and it surfaces quickly, then dives back down. Yep, another quality SMB. Loosen drag again and zziiiippp all around for all to hear and enjoy. Scoop it into the net and measured about 17-18". I weigh it and it's almost right at 3lbs even... Hmmm, could this possibly be the same fish from 5 minutes ago? I couldn't tell from the photos on my phone, but now that I'm home, this fish does look a little shorter, but fatter. Might start weighing it in pound decimals instead of using ounces to get a more accurate measurement.

Anyways, caught either two 3lb fish, or one 3lb fish twice in 5 mins. Was still fun, LOL.

Several casts later at same hole, felt a small tap and catch a dink.

Still pounding that Fart Hole and about 10 mins, I get a 16" SMB. While removing the hook from this fish, I bent the hook, so had to retie the DS.

1st cast with the retie and BAM! Fish on! 14" SMB.

Didn't get any more bites, so I started mixing this up. Tried running a deep crank and swimbait to see if I can "fire them up". I'm pretty sure I read or saw that on tv somewhere. Nothing happened.

It's 1:15PM now and I'm thinking the hole is down and ready to head in. But just in case, lets upsize and go to the hot lure from the previous trip. 2nd cast and in BAM! Fish on! A nice 17" SMB. 2lb 10oz.

Didn't lose my lure, so I make several more casts. I feel a bite and set the hook and doh! I didn't tighten my drag up after the last fish. Fish popped off after about 2 seconds. Don't think it was that big. Maybe 13-14" class. Make couple more casts and get another 16". 2lb 4oz.

This one ripped my lure off, so I called it quits at 1:30PM.

14 SMB today. A few dinks in the mix, but majority were quality fish IMO.
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Name: rmrauscher Date: August 06, 2014 Rating:
 
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Last couple times I have fished Sammamish haven't been to productive, usually catch 3 or 4. This morning shazammmmm! Game on!!! On the lake about 6:45 and action was immediate. We ended up with about a dozen nice cutthroats, only one small kokanee and one perch.(all C&R as usual) Cuts ranged from about 14" to about 18". All were nice and fat and full of fight except for one which looked like some kind of mutant. This was really a surprise since Sammamish cuts are usually on the thin side. Only caught one koke which was a surprise since these pesky rascals can be a pain.

Green seemed to be the color of choice this morning. Green hoochie or wedding ring about 12" behind a flasher, tipped with small chunk of worm or maybe a piece of shoepeg. Fished about 40-45 feet down and about 60 feet behind the boat at appx 1-1.5mph. East Sammamish parkway side of the lake. From about 1/4 mile from launch up to the corner by weather bouy roughly 100yds off shore. Bite totally quit at 10:30ish when the sun started to peek thru.

Fabulous morning!!!!! Sorry most of you were working. Yeah ok I'm back to work tomorrow. Rats!!!!!
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Name: FishingFool Date: August 06, 2014 Rating:
 
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That marine layer in the morning. Feels good, until the boat starts moving. Had to put on my sweater.

1st cast at 8:30AM. Started off with a swimbait in ~10' of water and working towards the shallows. Nothing but perch, so started to back out into deeper water. Rotating between setups and I get a bite in 12' of water on DS.

A pretty decent start, 20 mins and I get a 18" bass weighing 2lb 13oz. Knucklehead flopped out of my net. Belly looked full.

Zig zag that area looking for more, but perch are relentless. I shuffle away about 30 yards and I get another bite on the DS. Again, it's a pretty nice bass at 17". This one was bleeding pretty badly for some reason. Couldn't tell where it was bleeding from. The hook was on the corner of it's mouth too. Maybe the hook started off deeper and then "hooked" on the mouth, don't know. So I released it quickly to let it heal. This one also flopped out of my net. Belly was also full.

After releasing the fish, I made pretty much the same cast with the DS and I get another bite right away! This one also feels decent. It jumps up and the first thing I noticed was, the vertical markings are very dark on this bass. This one stayed in the net. 16" SMB.

So in 50 mins of fishing, I've caught 3 pretty decent bass, was stoked! I'm thinking sweet, on my way to another 4-rating trip! One downside is, the bass are destroying my bait. I'm barely getting 1 fish per bait. But if they work, they work I guess.

I continued working that area for another 5-10 mins when I had a gentleman in a tiller boat come by me. He was fishing nearby and swung around me to the other side. After about 5 more mins without a bass bite, I left that area for him.

Fished for 1.5 hours without a bass. Even tied on a jig and trailer. I've yet to catch a single fish on a jig and today kept that streak alive.

I'm starting to creep towards my "Fart hole". I'm maybe 15 yards away. Get a tap on my DS in 8' of water. An ok bass @ 14". What was interesting was, this one spit out it's breakfast. I think it's a perch.

I get to my Fart Hole and catch 2 there. Both small ones. One at 13" and the other ~10".

After the 10"er, I was grabbing my line to fix the lure to cast out again when I noticed my lure is missing.... I then see my hook is broken. 1st time this has happened to me while fishing. I've broken a couple of the tiny treble hooks when I'm trying to rip them out of the fish, but a single hook. New to me. Not sure what happened. I remember I was dangling the fish overboard and grabbed the hook by the pliers and turned and shake. I wonder if the partial hook is still in the dink.

Sun is now starting to break through the clouds.

I boated away to a different spot. Caught a couple of dinks on DS. Saw 2 larger, ~15-16" swimming in the same group, but they wouldn't bite.

Working my way around, I catch a small perch on a fresh worm and it shakes the worm off. Pissed me off, but I see the perch is hooked perfectly up on top.... Instead of grabbing my pliers and removing the hook, I let line out and try and let the fish shake itself off....

A few seconds later, I see something dart and swat at the perch, but miss.

I reel it back in and see it's still attached and wont let go. So I dropped it back down to the bottom and jiggle it to try and release it and fish on! A small SMB ~12". It had a bigger buddy with him too, ~15-16". I see the perch fling off and last seen, swimming away.

Caught a few more dinks on DS. Started throwing a craw plastic and got several nips, from what I assume perch. Caught a few perch on cranks.

Started to get hot out and headed in.
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Name: Steelhead6438 Date: August 06, 2014 Rating:
 
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My friend Sean and I got off of work a little early today. Since the weather was so nice in the morning, I had a good feeling the fishing would be better also. Lately with the blue bird blue cloudless sky and high 80 temps the fish were responding the same way I would. ... Very lazily and not to feisty.

I knew this morning gave them a little reprieve from the heat and might help them feed. It worked out to be right. My friend and I caught about 25 nice perch and about 6 peamouth chub and 2 squawfish that were 18" and 16". Big ones. My friend also caught a nice smallmouth while perch fishing. It measured 18.5 inches and I would guess 3lbs or so... a nice fat healthy smallie that swam away angry to have been caught. Lol. It was a nice fighter. My friend thought it was a train on his 4lb test ultralite gear.

It grew hotter than we thought it would be, however, the bite stayed pretty steady on the perch and suckers. I am happy to report all suckers have been put to good use feeding Osprey and Eagles:)

Thanks,
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