Dispersed camping is currently closed at Yale since Saddle Dam Park is closed.If the water level is right, you can also camp on one of the beaches as well via your boat.
I think I talked to you on the way out. I was in the sled puling out when you were putting in. Glad to see you did well.My son and I fished Yale both Monday and Yesterday. On both days, we had started at Merwin and left there around 10:30 after not doing well. We kept 10 each day at Yale before it got too warm.
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Washington's regs do not require the fish be hooked just inside the mouth. So many of the fish that are hooked are really difficult to land especially if you are 175 feet behind the boat. It's almost a science getting them to the boat and in a net. The gentleman with me was using exactly what you mentioned with the Cousin Carl's. He had added some prism tape to the blades for even more flash making them even more effective in the sun, plus they have that great thump that drives these fish to committing suicide. A third hook is permitted. With the way these fish behave it adds a little insurance to getting them into the boat.Pensacola, thanks for post. By flasher do you mean dodger or lake troll like cousin carls. You are using three hooks, I have never thought of doing that.