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PostPosted: Tue Jul 09, 2019 11:02 am 
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The non-stop wind here in the Pacific Northwest has been making things pretty tough for kayak fishing on the Columbia River. Even on small mountain lakes, double digit wind doesn't do much to enhance the kayak fishing experience. Whenever we get out on the river, the fishing has been good. Exploring the PacNW looking for kayak fishing spots sometimes pays off more than expected, like this new(to us) spot we found not far from where we live. Drove past it dozens of times going somewhere else.

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With afternoon wind a sure thing, we are on the water early; the only calm time of the day.

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The Columbia River is a natural wonder, but almost everything you see is not natural.

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The smallmouth bass fishing was good. A lot of smaller and spawned out fish.

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There are bigger bass there as well. You never know what you're going to get.

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July 4th is the unofficial start of summer around here and everyone heads to the river, including the local wildlife.

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Now we are back on kayak fishing hold, waiting for the wind to stop.

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