White Elephant

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White Elephant
White Elephant offers Toy Stores services in Spokane WA.

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White Elephant has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that White Elephant has a higher ZapScore than 64% 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 62. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Weekly Fishing Report for Week of 09/17/2017 Now is the time to start fishing again as action is picking up for the few reports received this week. Lake Roosevelt: Trout action is turning on again for Rainbows with a mixture of net pen. Older Rainbows to 22” are being caught. Fish are reportedly being caught from 22-40’ down. Try trolling a baited Muddler minnow fly up to 19” behind a dodger. Sprague Lake: no Rainbow reports, but nice Largemouth Bass reports have been received for those anglers throwing crank baits. Pend O'reille River: during this past weekend both Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass were being caught on plastics. Waitts Lake: still producing Trout. Fisherman are reporting that trout action has been split between Rainbow and Brown Trout. Spokane Arm: Walleye action is fair to good, especially for those covering more ground with crawler harnesses behind a bottom bouncer. There has also been some nice Trout and Smallmouth activity. Williams Lake: good bet for those stillfishing Powerbait just off of the bottom. CDA Lake: still producing good Kokanee action for those trolling corn or maggot baited bead rigs behind a dodger. Vernita on the Columbia: action picking up for large Chinook for those back trolling Brads Super Baits behind a Pro-Troll dodger. Action will get better and better during next 2 weeks. "Tip of the Week-" When using cured eggs for salmon, make absolutely sure that you use a good egg cure that keeps the eggs firm. Good Luck!


Weekly Fishing Report For Week of 09/10/2017 As temperatures drop, fishing will improve dramatically at area lakes. Loon Lake: still good fishing during the day for trollers getting 20’ down with bead lures baited with scented corn dyed red. Deer Lake: Mack activity slow, but Rainbows are being caught on trolled flatfish. Pend O'reille River: good Smallmouth activity for those throwing plastics in 20-30’ of water. Long Lake: good fishing for Rainbows on trolled, nightcrawler baited, bead rigs. Badger Lake: Troll bead rigs or green Carey special flies for growing Cutthroat Trout. Banks Lake: Excellent fishing for Smallmouth Bass on crank baits. Fair, but improving action for nice Walleye. Lake Roosevelt: Rainbow activity is improving day by day, from Split Rock to Coulee Dam. Trolled bead rigs and Muddler Minnow flies are working at this time. Smallmouth activity is very good for those dropshotting Berkley power minnows. Spokane Arm: Walleye activity is picking up. Bottom bouncing with crawler harness lures is picking up at this time. CDA Lake: Very good Kokanee fishing right now. Fish activity is picking up at north end of lake. Salmon activity is slow. Priest Lake: excellent Mack activity at this time for those bottom fishing and dropshotting jigs. White Bluffs on Columbia: Slow fishing for Salmon. Some fish are being caught on Brad’s Super Baits, but numbers of fish are not very good. "Tip of the Week"- When putting braided line on your level-wind reel, make sure that you put the line on tight to prevent break offs. Good Luck!

Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to the community of Freeman today, especially to the loved ones of the young life taken too soon and those who were injured.... There are no proper words in the face of such a terrible tragedy. We will all be hugging our kids a little tighter tonight.....

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FISHING -- Worries that spring flooding would ruin this season's fishing at stocked trout lakes in the Spokane region never panned out, at least not at Williams Lake. Trout-catching has been "amazing" this year, reports Dusty at Klink's Resort. In a report to Randy Osborne,...