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Reel Time Fishing Northwest

Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

June 23, 2012 at 9:28 AM

State Fish and Wildlife trout plants to increase fishing opportunity in the weeks ahead

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Here are the latest trout plants in lakes to boost fishing prospects:

American Lake in Pierce County was planted with 1,200 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece, and 10,000 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13.

Angle Lake in King County was planted with 1,750 catchable-sized rainbows on June 11.

Beaver Lake in King County was planted with 1,500 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13.

Bitter Lake in King County was planted with 100 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 11.

Blackman’s Lake in Snohomish County was planted with 345 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 13.

Blue Lake in Columbia County was planted with 1,848 catchable-sized rainbows on June 11.

Bonaparte Lake in Okanogan County was planted with 625 catchable-sized rainbows on June 15.

Cooper Lake in Kittitas County was planted with 8,160 catchable-sized rainbows on June 18 and June 13, and 765 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 12.

Depression Lake in Whatcom County was planted with 4,985 catchable-sized rainbows on June 14.

Echo 99 Lake in King County was planted with 10 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 11.

Gissburg Ponds in Snohomish County was planted with 358 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 13.

Green Lake in King County was planted with 450 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 11.

Island Lake in Kitsap County was planted with 300 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 14.

Lavender Lake in Kittitas County was planted with 150 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 12.

Lake Desire in King County was planted with 5,542 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13 and June 11.

Lake Kapowsin in Pierce County was planted with 1,500 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13.

Lake Wooten in Mason County was planted with 1,207 catchable-sized rainbows on June 12.

Rapjohn Lake in Pierce County was planted with 2,000 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13.

Spring Lake in King County was planted with 1,759 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13.

Steele Lake in King County was planted with 1,500 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13.

Sunset Lake in Pierce County was planted with 1,000 catchable-sized rainbows on June 13.

Tiger Lake in Mason County was planted with 2,403 catchable-sized rainbows on June 12.

Whistle Lake in Skagit County was planted with 300 rainbows averaging 1.5 pounds apiece on June 14.

Wilderness Lake in King County was planted with 1,500 catchable-sized rainbows on June 12.

(Photo taken by Mark Yuasa, Seattle Times staff reporter)

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