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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

April 15, 2013 at 5:04 PM

Latest state Fish and Wildlife 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):

Lake Sacajawea in Longview received 7,356 trout averaging half-a-pound apiece on April 9-11.

Kress Lake in Kalama received 2,550 trout averaging half-a-pound apiece on April 11.

Horseshoe Lake in Woodland received 3,250 trout averaging half-a-pound apiece on April 10.

Battle Ground Lake received 2,300 trout averaging half-a-pound apiece on April 10.

Moses Lake in Grant County received 2,550trout averaging half-a-pound apiece on April 9.

Watson Lake in Columbia County received 61 trout on April 9 (an additional 2,064 trout were planted March 27 and April 4).

Yakima Sportsman Pond in Yakima County received 500 trout averaging half-a-pound apiece on April 8.

For a list of all lakes planted go to http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/plants/weekly.

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