Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
This year-round trout fishing 262-acre lake is planted with tens of thousands of trout, and is by far one of the most popular and productive fisheries in Pierce County.
The most popular way to catch trout is stillfishing with Berkley Power Bait off the public fishing dock located on the north end of the lake, and boaters seem to do best on the southern side.
The shallow areas in the south side of the lake produce good catches of bass and perch in the spring and summer. The county park has a boat ramp, and is a popular daytime use area for picnics goers and is located about 10 miles south of Tacoma and near a popular golf course.
Where am I fishing?
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