Monthly Archives: June 2014

New Mexico’s Eagle Nest Lake Kicking Out Huge Early Season Kokanee

By Chris Shaffer | 06/06/2014 Northern New Mexico’s Eagle Nest Lake’s low water levels have drawn the lake a bad wrap in recent years. Many anglers stopped coming because they associated drought with poor fishing. That fallacy isn’t true. After spending a few hours on the lake last week with Danny Selman of Eagle Nest […]

Washington Kokanee Anglers Flocking To American Lake

By Duane Inglin | 06/03/2014 It’s no secret. Kokanee fishing in Washington is one of the fastest growing recreational fisheries and continues to gain popularity. American Lake has had kokanee longer then I’ve been alive. Meanwhile, being a salmon and steelhead fanatic I only got serious about kokanee recently. In my first season a typical […]