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September Photos


Prineville Reservoir - September 16-20
A group of club members headed to Prineville for some fall fishing.  Here are a few photos of their trip.

Jim Liddell with a 19" largemouth bass

Jim backed up his catch with this 17" largemouth

Jack Strayer with a decent sized largemouth bass

Jack's daughter Carolyn shows off one of the
bass that she caught

Brownlee Reservoir - September 27-30
Fall crappie fishing at Brownlee was the toughest in many, many years according to locals but club members still managed to catch sufficient numbers for the freezer.  While numbers were down, size was up.  The smallest crappie caught measured 9" whilte the largest was 12 1/2".  Most were in the 10-11" range and trolling was the only effective method of catching since they had not schooled up yet, probably due to the unseasonably warm water temps.
Photos courtesy of Russ Miyada

Bob Judkins, Russ Miyada & Tom Nelson made
their annual fall trip to Brownlee

Hobart Manns, Art Ceciliani and friend Kevin
went over for a few days of fishing

Smallmouth bass fishing was very good
Bob shows off one of the nicer ones

Russ landed this 20 1/2", 4lb 15oz largemouth
fishing some flats in the Powder River arm

Bob Judkins caught several bluegill, a rarity
at Prineville

Jim's largest crappie was this 11" black one

Jack's granddaugther Vivian fishes for crappie
while Aunt Carolyn watches and encourages

Jack's son-in-law Bill Gallagher with another
of the many largemouth bass they caught

Don & Vicki Coville were there on one of their
many trips to Brownlee

Tom caught a 14 7/8" bullhead catfish while
trolling for crappie with a small crankbait

A few good sized bluegill were also caught

Bob picked up a nice sized largemouth bass