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I am going to be in the Tri-Cities area this coming weekend visiting some family. Looking for some advice on what to throw and where to throw it. Urban lakes or ponds are fine as well as local portions of the Columbia. Thinking of bringing 2 rods 1 for light-medium weight plastics (St. Croix "Teaser") and a St Croix "Jerkbait" rod that I use as an all-purpose rod.

I would normally enjoy taking time to figure it out on my own but am only going to be able to give a few hours in the mornings and would really like to hit a few Columbia Smallies.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Are you fishing just from the shore, or will you have access to a boat?

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Go to the Columbia Point launch (it's by the columbia point bridge, where Anthony's is). Start fishing the shoreline around there. Follow the bike path under the bridge, fishing the bank as you go. Use green pumpkin tubes, senkos, and spider grubs, rigged weedless. You may also find a few spots where you can use crankbaits (in natural colors) and spinnerbaits (white).

You can also go up a ways to Howard Amon park. Don't fish right where the park is, but rather the shoreline of the boat launch on one end, and from the rocky point to Columbia point on the other end. Again, follow the bike path and pick your spots.

Hope that helps!

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