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April 9, 2013 at 8:08 AM

State Fish and Wildlife’s latest trout plants

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Here are the latest trout plants by state Fish and Wildlife (NOTE: Anglers should check to what lakes are currently open and closed before heading out the door):

Battle Ground Lake in Clark County: 1,964 trout on April 2.

Upper Caliche Lake in Grant County: 150 trout on April 2.

Deer Lake in Stevens County: 1,200 trout on April 2.

Fio Rito Lake in Kittitas County: 740 trout on April 2.

Fish Lake in Chelan County: 6,676 trout on April 2.

Kress Lake in Cowlitz County: 3,315 trout on April 3.

Lacamas Lake in Clark County: 1,450 trout on April 2.

Campbell Lake in Skagit County: 525 trout in April 2.

Lake Desire in King County: 5,000 trout on April 3.

Martha Lake in Grant County: 150 trout on April 2.

Rainbow Lake in Columbia County: 100 trout on April 1.

Rose Lake in Chelan County: 1,131 trout on April 1.

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