We couldn't have asked for better weather to conclude our Kids Fishing Season at Snappy's. We had a gorgeous fall day Saturday (September 26, 2015), and it was the perfect end to a very busy season.
Thank you to all the families who came on Saturday mornings to fish in our pond. We are so please to be able to share this jewel with our community. As the weather changes the pond will be open for viewing and feeding, however we will not be offering Kids Fishing on Saturday mornings until next Spring.
Thank you again and please feel free to come relax in the courtyard and feed the fish.
Perch: Lake Mary Ronan - excellent perch. 8"-10"fish. Try in front of the State Park or White Rock Bar. 20-30' of water.
Island Lake: Nice perch. 8"-12" size. Try 7-12' water. Look for weed beds.
Lower Thompson: Good number of nice perch. Try 20' near the East end.
Snagging: Excellent in Graves Creek and Tobacco River. Small fish but lots of them. Also try Kootenai River only below falls. Big fish check your regulations!
Vann Lake: Great trout action fly or spin.
Loon Lake: Ferndale - Great trout, bass, crappie, perch.
Swan Lake: Good lake trout, pike, few nice rainbow.
Rodgers Lake: Great grayling and a few nice cutthroat.
Photo used under Creative Commons from USFWSmidwest
Customer Appreciation Day
Kids Fishing: 8am - 1:30pm
Dogs and Burgers: 11:30am-1:30pm
THE CARD (Snappy's Rewards) customers will receive triple points Friday - Sunday
Sales and Specials throughout the store
9:AM Tactics for catching Fall run of Whitefish in the Flathead River with Jim Hoover
Jim will teach you everything you need to know from rods, line, reels, and tackle. All the best techniques on how to catch Lake Superior Whitefish in the Flathead River this Fall.
11:AM Lake Trout Jigging Techniques with Dick Zimmer AKA the Mac Man
Dick a local tackle manufacturer from Pablo has over 50 years experience on Lake Trout fishing on Flathead lake. You don't wont to miss this Seminar if you like fishing Lake Trout.
Conceal Carry Class:
10am - 2pm
For more info click here: http://www.snappysportsenter.com/concealed-carry-class.html
Lake Mary Ronan: Perch Festival - Saturday 12th - Still lots of Perch being caught 7-11"
Island Lake: Great numbers of Perch being caught.
Little McGregor: Good numbers of Perch, few Rainbows.
Middle: Kokanee in the morning, few Perch, Pike, Bass being caught.
Lower: Perch, Pike
Bitterroot Lake: Trolling Kokanee 60'-80', few Rainbows.
Flathead Lake: Trolling & jigging Lake Trout, look for Lakers moving in shallow soon for the spawn. No reports on Whitefish. Look for them to start moving up river.
Flathead Sloughs: Pike on bait, few Bass & Crappie.
Photo used under Creative Commons from Tom Hart