This week’s fish photos

  • Herald staff
  • Wednesday, November 13, 2013 11:12am
  • Sports

Here are the latest pictures from MarDon Resort on the Potholes Resevoir.

The first photo shows Moses Lake resident Ron Oakland with a 7-pound rainbow he caught on a Rapala Shad Rap while trolling at the east end of O’Sullivan Dam.

The second photo is of Rob Harbin and Bruce Feagan, who caught these nice walleye while trolling the Rock Piles near Goose Island with No. 5 Rapala Shad-Raps.

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