Jiggy Worm Size #1
Olive....Bass Beware! The almost famous bass waters of Central Washington State are lousy with all sorts of spiny rays. Be it bass, panfish or otherwise. The bass in Potholes, Hilltop, Banks, Mosses Lake, and the Columbia River are constantly badgered by fly and gear anglers and it takes a bit of time getting to know these large, expansive waters.
A fly like the jiggy worm can make a lot of bass go from "whatever" mode to "you're dead" mode. Fly flippin' and bottom bouncing these jigs through the pads and milfoil will produce fish, as well as probing loose, rocky points and banks or shelves.