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Lake Washington Sponsored by
Date 30-Jun-16
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Conditions : Lake Washington: Bream activity continues to slow down but fish are still being caught. For bream, try fishing in 3 - 4 ft of water using crickets near the cypress trees on the western bank. Or try targeting brush piles near the fishing piers along the eastern shoreline.

Crappie fishing has slowed down at Lake Washington but bream fishing and bass fishing i still good. Anglers are still catching fish so don't be discouraged. Spider rigging, trolling with crankbaits in deeper water, and yo-yo's are all catching crappie right now.

For catfish, yo-yos fished in the cypress swamps baited with stink bait or nightcrawlers are always a great bet. Or try tightlining with worms or liver in 2 - 4 feet of water near the shoreline. There are lots of 1 - 3 pound channel catfish in the lake, and every so often you'll pick up a bigger one.

Bass fishing on Lake Washington continues to be pretty good,look for fish in 4-6 feet of water around logs, cypress knees, or under the fishing piers. Some anglers have reported success fishing around the tall grass along the banks. Jigs or soft plastics may work well, or try throwing a spinnerbait along the edge of the cypress trees on the western shoreline.

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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.


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Anglers please note that on Lake Washington the limit on crappie is 30 but only 5 crapie can be kept that are under 10 inches in length, the limit on bream is 100, and the limit on bass is 5, but only 2 bass can be less than 15 inches in length. Last fall the size of many of the crappie were slightly under 10 inches.

- Regulations concerning fishing of YO-YO'S - Over the last several years the MDWFP received many letters from residents and nonresidents about yo-yo's and limb lines at Lake Washington. Most of the people complained that too much gear was being left in the water tied to trees, hindering access to their fishing spots. Other letters listed complaints that people were fishing more than the legal limit of yo-yo's; that some people were exceeding the legal daily and possession creel limits; that people were seeing many dead fish out of the water captured by yo-yo's; that some anglers were running other people lines and that some anglers were discourteous. To enhance enforcement efforts fishing regulations (Public Notice 3428) were changed to require yo-yo's on Lake Washington to be tagged and attended during daylight hours.

Yo-Yo Tagging Requirements - Yo-Yo's must have a waterproof or metal tag attached to the line above the water surface. The tags shall be furnished by the angler and must contain all of the following information: the angler's full name, full residence address including zip code of the angler. This information must be legibly written with waterproof ink, legibly inscribed or legibly stamped on the tag. Yo-Yo Attendance Requirements: Yo-yo's must be attended on Lake Washington. Attended means devices must remain within sight of the angler during daylight hours.

Note: Effective 6/16 - 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).




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