Sun Jan 7, 2018

Lake Roosevelt remains good for 14- to 16-inch rainbow for both bank fishermen and trollers. Some particularly good reports come from the Sterling and Lincoln areas.
A few large kokanee have shown recently near Hunters on Lake Roosevelt, but the bright spot for kokanee continues to be Lake Chelan. Ten fish limits are still common from the mouth of the channel at the Yacht Club all the way down to the blue-roofed condominiums. Most kokes are 10 to 14 inches.
Now is the time to catch large whitefish in Lake Roosevelt where they can be found spawning approximately 40 to 50 feet below the surface. Burbot fishing is also good on the reservoir, especially near the mouth of the Colville River and the mouth of the Spokane.
Fishing report from The Spokesman-Review