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SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. -

KHQ's fishing guru Dave Law checks out another Inland Northwest lake this week.

Enjoy as Dave reels in some rainbow trout on Amber Lake.

Dave Law's 25 years of forecasting experience has taken him around the world a time or two.
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