Here are the latest trout fishing plants by state Fish and Wildlife:
King County: Deep Lake, 3,200 trout on April 2.
Pierce County: Kapowsin Lake, 3,250 trout on April 2; Bradley Lake, 1,350 on April 2; Lake Spanaway, 196 trout on April 3; and Wapato Lake, 1,380 trout on April 2.
Mason County: Spencer Lake, 2,120 trout on April 2.
For more statewide plants go to the state Fish and Wildlife website. Spinelli says the website plants are usually updated every Thursday or Friday.
Note before you go to a lake: Be sure to check the regulation pamphlet as not all the lakes being planted are open year-round, and you can’t fish some until the traditional lowland lakes statewide opener on April 28.
(Photo courtesy of The Seattle Times photo archive)