Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This 128-acre lake is open to fishing year-round always reminds me of the winter holidays after being named after a small round, red-colored super fruit that packs a lot of nutrition.
Every spring it receives a plant of rainbow trout of about 5,600 fish, and is located on an island in northern Puget Sound. The State Park maintains a boat ramp on the north end and a fishing pier on the east side.
The views of Puget Sound are nice, and it provides a fairly good number of carry-over rainbows that can grow to 16 or 18 inches long., plus catching a big brown trout is an added incentive. The lake also has largemouth bass, yellow perch and brown bullhead catfish.
Where am I fishing?
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