White Elephant

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White Elephant
White Elephant is listed in the Toy & Game Stores category in Spokane, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for White Elephant which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of White Elephant on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 72.

White Elephant offers Toy Stores services in Spokane WA.

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"White Elephant" - ZapScore Report

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White Elephant has an overall ZapScore of 72. This means that White Elephant has a higher ZapScore than 72% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Spokane, Washington is 37 and in the Toy & Game Stores category is 64. Learn more about ZapScore

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Fishing Report for Week of 5/21/2017 With rising temperatures expected this weekend, local lakes should produce more successful angler catches as fish become more active and hungry. Fly fishermen can also expect better action due to warm weather hatches. Newman Lake: Fair Bass fishing at north end and west side of lake. Lake clarity is somewhat off colored at this time. Plastics are the most successful lures right now. Spokane Arm: the closer you fish to Buoy 5, the better the Walleye fishing. Bottom bouncing with worm harnesses is the suggested method. Use a smile blade ahead of the worm harness. It is also suggested to use crawdad scent on your nightcrawler. Rufus Woods: Slow for Walleye, good for Triploids. For Triploids drift a slinky and tube jig in18-24’ of water. The Triploids are extremely good fighters. Lake Roosevelt: Both Rainbow and Kokanee action are picking up. Rainbows are being caught both in lower Roosevelt and upstream to the Spokane River Confluence. Muddler Minnow flies, Apexes, St. Marie's Specials, Rapalas, and orange and pink squidders being trolled are scoring these Rainbows. Kokanee action can be found by trolling squidders baited with pink maggots. Badger Lake: good fishing for planter Cutthroat. Troll green Woolly Bugger or green Carey special flies for success. Limits are common. Williams Lake: Good fishing for planter and carryover Rainbows. A 6 pounder was caught this last weekend off of a dock on the lake. Sprague Lake: Big Rainbows being caught from both the shore and boaters. A 6+ lb. Rainbow was caught this week. Still fish with marshmallows, Powerbait, and a piece of nightcrawler. Slow troll Rapalas to catch them as well. West Medical: good or trollers, slow for bank fisherman. Powerbait is scoring at this time. Troll green Flatfish down east side of lake for Rainbow action. "Tip of The Week-" When bottom-bouncing tube baits for Walleye, secure a corky in the tube for buoyancy. Good Luck!