Crappie fishing at Potholes

  • By Wayne Kruse
  • Wednesday, June 26, 2013 2:24pm
  • Sports

Good crappie fishing is hard to find, particularly for those big, plate-sized fish that are such great table fare.

If that rings your bell, you might head for Potholes Reservoir where, according to MarDon Resort owner Mike Meseberg, crappie and other panfish are coming back big time.

Meseberg sent a photo (right) of Devon Gonzalez of Moses Lake holding a couple of these beautiful fish — two of the 32 his group caught and released from the MarDon dock during their day-long fishing trip.

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