The Grande Ronde: A beautiful place to fish and be skunked again

The Grande Ronde River is a tributary of the Snake River, winding for 182 miles along Washington state highway 129 through Asotin County in Washington, and Union and Wallowa Counties in Oregon. It’s a rocky river, but bass and trout like rocky environs.  We have caught trout and bass in the Grande Ronde before, but not today.

I lost one lure to a recalcitrant rock. The river and its canyon provided refreshing scenery even if no fish felt like departing from the river to come home with us.

The day was hot, especially in the direct sunlight. I actually experienced a touch of heat exhaustion clambering over the rocks back to our car. A small bag of Frito’s Corn Chips from Boggan’s Oasis resolved my dizziness and fatigue. It was a lovely time and a refreshing day.

The Grande Ronde and its canyon from below Boggan’s Oasis

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6 responses to “The Grande Ronde: A beautiful place to fish and be skunked again

  1. Heidi

    I’m so relieved your corn chips were not taken by the Frito Bandito. A rocky canyon affords him many good hiding places …

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