Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This huge lake is alive with many varieties of fish, and yet is one of the most under fished areas in Western Washington. Everyday thousands of commuters travel over this lake that covers 21,500 acres.
A fish population survey taken in 2005 sampled more than 40,000 fish, and of those 30,000 were sticklebacks and more than 30 different species were found.
Some of the other more populated species in the lake are chinook, coho and sockeye salmon; cutthroat trout; rainbow trout; longfin smelt; largemouth and smallmouth bass; brown bullheads; yellow perch; pumpkinseed sunfish; crappie; sculpin; suckers and northern pikeminnow.
Anglers who know the lake can have great fishing success catching bass, cutthroats, rainbows and yellow perch.
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