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Blanchard (Bonner County) Fishing Report
Available Fishing Guide
Name: Anton Jones Contact: (509) 687-0709
We fish on Lake Chelan and other North Central Washington waters in year round comfort. Overhead cover and winter heat are available on all our boats. Large parties are accommodated. We also offer lodging at our home through for visitors to the Manson area.
Name: Fish-N-Fool Date: May 03, 2010 Rating:
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Went to Blanchard with a new friend yesterday in my new little Coleman Crawdad boat, The boat worked great, but the weather sucked and the fishing was slow at best. The wind was really bad making it hard to fish my Sink-N-Fool baits weightless. We tried lots of other lures but all I got bit on was a 6" Watermelon green with red flake. Had to hide behind the trees to be able to fish my Sink-N-Fool baits. We got 3 fish total, to the boat and I missed a few more. But is was fun fishing with somebody new and we had a good time.

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#1 FishinCougar says:
May 04, 2010 12:56 PM
Is that on the little private lake right in Blanchard? Or the little lake by the golf course?
#2 Fish-N-Fool says:
May 04, 2010 02:24 PM
Blanchard Lake is the private lake (kinda as any one can fish it if they ask permission first), right behind town. Some people call it Poirier pond, after the nice old guy that owns the land it's on. I have been fishing this lake far about 12 years now. On a sad note I saw a LOT of dead fish floating the last few times I've been there. Not sure whats up with that, as the fish I caught seems healthy, but I saw a number of bass, perch and crappie all dead. The other lake (I think it''s call San souci) as far as I know has no bass in it, just trout.
#3 Fish-N-Fool says:
May 04, 2010 05:23 PM
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