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Tips for catching Rufus Woods triploid rainbow hogs

 Bill and Sandy Hays of Yakima holding a four-person limit of rainbows from Lake Rufus Woods.  Their big fish were 7lb 8oz and 6lb 12oz.  They fished with Jeff Witkowski of Chelan and Ray Rhoads III of Spangle, WA.
 (Darrell & Dad's Family Guide Service)
Bill and Sandy Hays of Yakima holding a four-person limit of rainbows from Lake Rufus Woods. Their big fish were 7lb 8oz and 6lb 12oz. They fished with Jeff Witkowski of Chelan and Ray Rhoads III of Spangle, WA. (Darrell & Dad's Family Guide Service)

FISHING — Here's this week's tip for catching triploid rainbows at Lake Rufus Woods, from Anton Jones of Darrell and Dad's Family Guide Service:

He recommends fishing by the net pens.

Troll flies with action disks by Wigglefin, spinners or plugs.You can also cast Worden’s Super Roostertails for some great action. Fishing eggs cured with Pautzke’s Borx O’ Fire or simply Pautzke’s Fire Bait on a slip sinker rig up by the pens can get you some pigs.




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