Fishing At Lake Chelan
Fishing for largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, lake trout, cutthroat, chinook salmon, kokanee, whitefish and burbot at Lake Chelan in Washington.
If you like camping, boating and fishing, Lake Chelan is your dream come true. Swimming in this 33,000-acre lake are bass, trout, salmon, whitefish, kokanee and burbot. This dream destination is located in the north-central part of the state, at Chelan Falls, WA. Chelan Lake has about 140 miles of shoreline, most of which is not accessible for fishing from shore. However, there are areas at the campgrounds, parks and along Lakeshore Drive where anglers can fish from the bank or launch a canoe or kayak. The elevation is 1,100 ft above sea level. There is good fishing year round, although some areas of the lake are closed during Spring, so check regulations before fishing. There are marinas, boat rentals, restaurants, stores, lodging, camping and RV parks located around the lake.
Primary fish species residing in Lake Chelan
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Lake Chelan Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Lake Chelan State Park Campground - 509 687-3710
Lakeshore RV Park, City of Chelan - 509 682-8023
Twenty Five Mile Creek State Park Campground - 509 687-3610
Graham Harbor Campground - 509 682-4900
Domke Falls Campground - 509 682-4900
Moore Point Campground - 509 664-9200
Cascade Creek Campground - 509 664-9200
Prince Creek Campground - 509 682-4900
Safety Harbor Campground - 509 682-4900
Deer Point Campground - 509 682-4900
Mitchell Creek Campground - 509 682-4900
Kamei Campground & RV Park - 509 687-3690
Wapato Lake Campground - 509 687-6037
Lake Chelan WA Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Lake Chelan State Park
7544 S Lakeshore Rd
Chelan, WA 98816
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Lake Chelan offers bass, trout, salmon, whitefish, kokanee and burbot fishing in north-central Washington.