Washington Fishing Report
If you’re planning a fishing trip to Washington, you have some
excellent choices for lakes and streams throughout the state including Alder Lake, Baker Lake, Banks Lake, Cle Elum Lake, East Rapids Lake, Franklin D Roosevelt Lake, John Day Lake, Kachess Lake, Lake Bryan, Lake Chelan, Lake Crescent, Lake Herbert G West, Lake Merwin, Lake Ozette, Lake Sacajawea, Lake Sammamish, Lake Wallula, Lake Washington, Lake Whatcom, Mayfield Lake, Moses Lake, Omak Lake, Osoyoos Lake, Palmer Lake, Potholes Reservoir, Riffe Lake, Rimrock Lake, Ross Lake, Spirit Lake, Swift Reservoir, Vancouver Lake, Wanapum Lake, Yale Lake and others. Many
of the lakes in Washington have camping facilities as well as other
accommodations nearby. Washington is well known for excellent Bass,
Salmon and Trout fishing. Additionally, in waters around the state
you’ll find populations of Walleye, Crappie, Catfish, Tiger Musky, Northern Pike, Sturgeon and sunfish including Green Sunfish, Pumpkinseed Sunfish, Rock Bass, Warmouth, Yellow Perch
which are plentiful in some waters.
Fishing is regulated in Washington by the Fish & Game Department.
You can check their website for current fishing reports. Other
fishing reports are offered by independent services which collect
information from fishermen. Some reports are divided by regions
(southern, northern, eastern and western), some are listed by fish
species while others are listed simply lake-by-lake.
Reading Washington Fishing Reports
Often archived Washington fishing reports from prior years can help
you identify seasonal patterns for a specific lake. Review the
prior reports to find consistent information for summer months
of June, July and August. The information will be different than
that for the fall months of September and October. Winter months
of November, December, January and February will show reports unique
to this time of year, possibly including ice fishing reports. Pay
special attention to the spring (March, April and May) fishing
reports from prior years as they should provide information to
help you predict the approximate time for the spawn.
If you are considering a visit to Washington for a fishing trip
and are unfamiliar with the area, some of the major cities in Washington
include Bellingham, Seattle, Bridgeport, Spokane, Olympia, Vancouver,
Kennewick, Kennewick, Everett, Yakima and others scattered across
WA, some with fishing opportunities nearby. To enhance your fishing
experience, you may want to hire a local guide. Click here for a
list of Washington
Washington Fishing Reports
The fishing report resources listed below offer independent information
about fishing conditions at various lakes, rivers and streams in
Washington. Use this information knowing that weather and other factors
may have caused fishing conditions to change since the reports
Fishing Works Washington Fishing Reports
Best of luck to you on all your fishing trips in Washington. Use the
navigation on the left to find fishing reports for other states.
Washington Fishing Reports For Lakes, Rivers and Streams