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Lake Washington Sponsored by
Date 30-Nov-18
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Conditions : Lake Washington: Crappie fishing has been relatively slow at Lake Washington the past couple weeks. With the colder water temps, most fish should be suspended off shore in deeper water areas. Try trolling in 10 - 18 feet of water, especially towards the middle portions of the lake, with minnows or jigs.

For bream, try using crickets or red worms around the grass beds near the shoreline or around the cypress knees in water between 4 and 6 feet deep. Bream fishing is normally slow this time of year.

Look for bass in water less than 8 feet deep, especially around structure. Try around the cypress trees on the west side of the lake, or target the docks on the eastern shoreline. Use soft plastic worms or lizards, jigs, or spinnerbaits. Most bass in Washington are fat and healthy and put up a great fight!

Catfish fishing is always pretty good at Lake Washington. Lot's of anglers like to fish yo-yo's in the cypress trees on the southern end of the lake. Try tightlining on the bottom with nightcrawlers, cut bait, or other catfish baits, or try fishing trotlines along the shallow flats. Remember that yo-yo's must be tagged and attended at Lake Washington. See below for additional information on yo-yo regulations.

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About: - Directions to Lake Washington Lake Washington is located off of Hwy 1 south of Greenville in Washington County. To get to the public boat ramp, Turn off Hwy 1 on Hwy 436 going west towards Glen Allan. When the road ends at the lake, take a left and the ramp is located in the town of Glen Allan by the old Cotton Country Inn. Lake Washington Rd. E runs along the entire eastern shoreline of the lake and has multiple boat ramps, RV parks and cabins, and bait shops.

Yo-Yo Requirements All yo-yo's must have a waterproof or metal tag attached and visible above the water surface. The tags must contain the angler's full name and address. Yo-yo's must be attended on Lake Washington. Attended means devices must remain within sight of the angler during daylight hours.


Misc Info: - New regulations go into effect June 23rd. Regulations can be found below under regulations.

Largemouth Bass •5 bass per angler per day •Must be over 15 inches long •2 fish under 15 inches may be kept each day

Crappie •30 crappie per angler per day •Must be over 11 inches long •5 fish under 11 inches may be kept each day

100 bream per angler per day

No limit on catfish

Yo-yos • Yo-yos must be attended at all times (meaning you must remain in sight of your yo-yos at all times). • Yo-yos may be left unattended from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. During this time all yo-yos left unattended must be tripped with the hook out of the water. • Yo-yos left untripped during this two hour period and yo-yos left unattended at any other times can be confiscated by MDWFP law enforcement officers.





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