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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

October 24, 2014 at 4:08 PM

More local lakes planted with thousands of trout and daily catch limits increased

DuckLake3More lakes were planted this week and plenty of others will also receive additional plants of trout to boost fall and winter fishing.

On Wednesday, rainbow trout averaging near or more than half-a-pound were stocked in western Washington lakes, including 1,250 each in Gissburg Pond North and Gissburg Pond South in Snohomish County, and 3,000 in Bitter Lake; 2,000 in Walker Lake; and 6,000 in Shadow Lake in King County. All of these areas have a liberal daily limit of 10-fish.
On Thursday, rainbow trout averaging near or more than half-a-pound were stocked in Grays Harbor County, including 1,000 at Vance Creek Pond 1 and 7,500 at Vance Creek Pond 2. Both also have a bonus daily catch limit of 10 trout.
In King County, Walker and Langlois and Cases Pond in Pacific County are now open, and then will have their fishing seasons extended from one hour before official sunrise on Nov. 1 to one hour after official sunset on Feb. 13.

 

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