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Data Member's Registry Washington


Executive Administrator/Owner
Post your name here if you live in Washington. You could also post the Lakes, Rivers and Streams you Fish.


New member
Cliff Huff. Fish mainly Moses Lake, Banks Lake, Potholes res., Billy Clapp. Live in Soap Lake. mainly fish Walleye, Perch, crappie. will lower my standards to fish for trout once in a while, mainly for the smoker.! Also fish Lake Lenore.


New member
Harry Hardy, From Oak Harbor,Wa on Whidbey Island. My favorite lakes are Whatcom, Banks,and Roosvelt. I fish mainly for bass, but I have been known to take a few walleye, perch and crappie for eating. I fish all over the state of Washington. I also fish Oregon, Idaho, and California.


New member
Hi, I'm Jerry O'Connor (jeretired), from Lacey, WA. I fish primarily at American, St Clair, Black, and (near Spokane): Silver, Liberty, and Newman. I really want to get onto Lake Washington and the Potholes Reservoir for walleye and jumbo perch.


I am Robert. I live in Shelton, but originally from Malott in Okanogan County.

I fish the local Mason County lakes as well as hit the salt from time to time.


New member
Hi Malottguy, I wondered what happened to you. I used to see your post, then you vanished. I am still in Soap Lake. I have a Grandson, and his family living in Shelton, Lake Limmerik, I think it is called. They were over here last weekend, and I got to take my 5yr. old great grand son, to Mardon dock for his first fish of his life. Fun! I also took them on Billy Clapp, for a boat ride, and he got to drive the boat! No fish from there. Cliff