Here is the Reel Time Pacific Northwest fishing and outdoor trivia question of the week:
These two ponds located north of Marysville cover a total of 15-acres, and while it’s not one of the most peaceful places to fish with the roaring sounds of cars traveling on nearby I-5 they’re both heavily stocked with rainbow trout.
The park is managed by Snohomish County and has nice picnic areas with both ponds open year-round, one of which is for juvenile (kids under age 15) fishing only. They all get stocked several times a year with the bulk being planted in spring and early summer. If the fish aren’t biting you can always pack up the gear, and make a shopping trip to nearby to Costco or Target.
Where am I fishing?
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(Photo courtesy of Washington Fish and Wildlife)