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Author Topic: I want to go fishing today , im in the tacoma/lakewood area , where to go?  (Read 576 times)

Offline datruthab123

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I think I probably go to Joes to get a decent set up for the fishing here in Washington any advice, what to use, where to go things like that?

Offline Coasthunterjay

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 whast are you wanting to fish for?
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Offline datruthab123

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salmon , bass,  what ever is plentiful around here, if it is a good eater that will help, what do you suggest

Offline M_ray

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There isn't much around in the way of Salmon or Steelhead (locally that is) and the water temps are still low & most bass are deep but still catchable if you have a boat. You kinda hit things in a bit a of a lul right now but things should be picking up for the bass as soon as the water temps hit 50 at least IMO.
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Offline Curly

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If you don't want to drive far, I'd say American Lake would be a good choice to wet a line now.
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