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Posted by: jack - Ex Member
Posted on: 04/20/06 at 12:39:55
I have stayed at 9-mile many times, never had a problem with their launch,must depend on the flow. Small dock, but sandy beach.
Posted by: Doug_Booth - Ex Member
Posted on: 04/20/06 at 05:38:04
Long Lake is the August club tournament location.  This either means we will have the lake all to ourselves or we'll need to re-think it.
Posted by: Hopsing - Ex Member
Posted on: 04/20/06 at 05:20:46
I have more to report.
I went to fish Long lake this afternoon over here in Spokane and I was in for a huge surprise.
The Forshees Resort was closed, boarded up and roped off.
I couldn't even use the launch!
What Bummer!
This is one of the my favorite lakes to fish in the spring - Huge Smallies and Big Largies.
The only other 2 launches I know of were 9 mile and on the dam at the lower end of the lake.
The 9 mile launch is hairy and the current really moves.
It would be like launching your outboard in a River - I didn't want to chance it.
So, if you plan on fishing over here this year, you'll need  use the launch closest to the dam.
Just a heads up.

I was turned on to a nice lake called (of all things) Silver lake. Lots of big largies in the shallows, but the were very, very spooky.
Couple more weeks and I will be back to try again.

Stay tuned - tomorrow report will be from Pot Holes!