2020 OKANAGAN LAKE FISHING THREAD

Discussion in '2020 Freshwater Fishing Reports' started by kingblazer84, Jan 3, 2020.

  1. kingblazer84

    kingblazer84 Well-Known Member

    Happy New Year Okanagan Lake Anglers lets post up some reports and pics of fish being caught recently!

    2019 was a pretty good year for Okanagan Lake with some bigger fish being caught consistently which was a nice change!

    lets keep the catching of big fish coming

    Tight Lines!
     
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  2. Fisher_dude

    Fisher_dude Well-Known Member

    Was out yesterday for a few hours. 3 good hits and that was it. Couldn’t get them to stick. 2 came on the candy cane bucktail from BCRob with 1 oz weight and the other was on a Lyman flatty on my type 6 sink. Water temp was 36-38 degrees.
     
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  3. Big Green Machine

    Big Green Machine Well-Known Member

    Are you the fella with the Thunderjet?
     
  4. Fisher_dude

    Fisher_dude Well-Known Member

    Yessir. Although I’ve never been referred to as a fella. Hahha.
     
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2020
  5. Fisher_dude

    Fisher_dude Well-Known Member

  6. Fisher_dude

    Fisher_dude Well-Known Member

    Was out today for a few hours. 2 fish to the boat on this plug. This is not me obviously. upload_2020-2-9_22-0-14.jpeg
     
  7. Big Green Machine

    Big Green Machine Well-Known Member

    Looks like a Great Lakes Steelhead
     
  8. Fisher_dude

    Fisher_dude Well-Known Member

    It’s the only pic I could find with the plug in it. It’s from Lyman’s website
     
  9. dfcanuck

    dfcanuck New Member

    LOL! It was dead, put a lure in the mouth, and snapped a pic. Tease me, please me, but Do NOT disease me with pics of fish you never caught!! C'mon Man! That being said, I do have a dozen or so Lyman plugs in my box... just seems like the hype is harder than those wooden Lyman's, or my "rod"... I seem to catch more on Apex or bucktails than "Laid-mans"(sorry Valentines joke). Maybe it depends what lake u r fishing, when, and how horny the fish are , LOL.
     
  10. tubber

    tubber Well-Known Member

    dfcanuck, welcome to the forum. No need to post anymore.
     
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  11. dfcanuck

    dfcanuck New Member

    Tubber, sorry for that. I understand. I will temper my posts and be more "real". As such, I am "really" looking to do a 5-7 day fishing trip in April to BC interior lakes- Adams, Slocan, Upper Arrow, Trout, North Kootenay.
    Playing it by ear right now, depending on the weather etc.. I have time (retired) on my side, I patience on my side, I have age on my side! I have many years of fishing BC eastern coastal waters when I was a lot younger! Some of those stories, which were not "stories" but were real life back then, would amaze some of the younger generation that do not have my background/family history.
     
  12. Fisher_dude

    Fisher_dude Well-Known Member

    I wasn’t posting it for the fish. It was just to show what I was catching fish on. Great post though
     

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