Potholes Reservoir Fishing Trips
Potholes Reservoir is located about 7 miles south of Moses Lake and offers a variety of warm-water species fishing. The 28,000-acre lake in Central Washington stays open year-around and is home to Walleye fishing, Bass fishing, Perch, Crappie, and Bluegill. Potholes sits at an elevation of 1,043 ft above sea level and will occasionally freeze over, providing some great ice fishing opportunities for walleye and perch. April through November are typically the best fishing months and every year that can change. Our guide service has 2 knowledgeable fishing guides that work the Potholes Reservoir and know where the best fishing is.
There is lots of shallow water that hold feeding walleye that is accessible from our jet boats. The lake has some deep-water pockets with humps, rocky points and underwater structure that make perfect hide outs for resting walleye.
A Family Fishing Adventure
There are nearby boat ramps, camping, lodging, and convenience stores that provide most everything you need. MarDon Resort also has cabin rentals, tackle store, and private Resort that can take care family outings. There’s a state park and several public access areas provide all the amenities for this large Washington Reservoir.
Potholes makes for a great family fishing vacation in one of Washington’s best kept secrets. Feel free to call our office with any questions about our Potholes fishing.