Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This 92-acre lake nestled on an island in northern Puget Sound with community homes surrounding much of the shoreline is open to fishing year-round and fly-anglers flock to it for they chunky rainbow trout that lurk in its relatively shallow waters with a 20-foot in the middle of the lake.
There is a gravel boat ramp on the north end and virtually no public shore access to fish from outside of the area around the launch. It is mainly a chironomid fly-fishing lake, and many troll deep with a woolly bugger.
It provides a fairly good number of carry-over rainbows that can grow to 16 or 18 inches long, and some even larger weighing in excess of 2 pounds.
Where am I fishing?
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