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Hi Everyone would like a little help or maybe alot! On how to fish for cutthroat on lake washington? Thanks wink:
 

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You can try this. Lake Washington is a 10am lake. Launch at 68th street ramp (Kenmore) go through the slugh to the lake.
Look over towards Lake Forest Park. You will see a boat house that sticks way out on the lake by its self. Troll 20-30ft in front of it east and west in direction, 12-15ft of water. Use metered leaded line with a brass/orange top needlefish size 0 or 1. Let out about 3 colors, and troll fast enough to see a ripple off of the line as you troll. This has worked well for me in the past especially this time of year, as the fish are headed for brookside stream. Searun cutts are fun. Hope this helps! Tup:
 

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Dr. Hook and Reelinanrockin are both pretty good at getting those guys in the big lake!!
 

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Well... didn't take the rods, but the wife wanted to go for a boat ride yesterday afternoon... so we went for a cruise (to was good to get the jet fired up)... we did see about 3 boats out trolling along the Cedar River end of the lake... NO nets flying... did mark a few fish, in several spots...

Maybe the will start congregating...!

Tight Lines
 

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so where is this brookside stream the cutts run up? Im boatless as of now, does anyone know of any places that rent boats on the lake?
 

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Kuttkilla can catch a cutthroat in a mud puddle. Great fisherman! Tup:
 

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The only place I know of anymore that might rent boats on the lake would be the UW Boathouse. And even then it is likely only going to be canoe's and kayaks.
 
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