Posts Tagged ‘Stevens County Washington Fishing’

Deer Lake, Stevens County Fishing Report

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

I just talked with Cindy at the Deer Lake Resort in Stevens County Washington.  All their contact information is at the bottom of this report.  She said they have a photo box for people to drop off photos of what they are catching.   Today’s catch included photos of a six pound trout and a 15 pound mackinaw.  Recent reports indicated perch, bass and rainbows were finding their way onto hooks and lures pretty regularly.   The wide range of fish and dilligent efforts of several parties to stock both rainbow trout and silvers insures good fishing at Deer Lake.  The rainbow trout have been released but the silvers are still in the pens.   Fishing tip, the Mac’s know the silvers are going to be set free from capitivity soon.  They are hanging around the pens waiting for this newest stimulus package to be released. Come and catch some of these guys so there are fewer Silvers eaten in the water and more of them caught by the fishermen!

Deer Lake resort provides camping, boating, fishing opportunities galore not to mention it is a great place to stop and get some fat pills to help you through the inevitable slow times.  Here is an excerpt from their website: 

Kayaking
1 Hour $8, 1/2 Day $25, Day $40
Glide soundlessly on the lake and see the abundant beauty Deer Lake has to offer. Single & doubles available.

Paddle Boat
1/2 Hour, 1 Hour $8, 1/2 Day $25, Day $40
Go on a tour while getting your aerobics in!  Youths love to paddle these things, wear them out!  Seats 2

Row Boat
1/2 Hour, 1 Hour $8, 1/2 Day $25, Day $40
Go out and get some trout for dinner!  A quiet healthy way to get around on the water.  Max 4 people

Motor Boat
1/2 Day $50 (4 hours), Day $80 (8 hours)
Take a trip around the lake and find a fishing spot or just take in the beautiful scenery.  Max 4 people

 

If you do not want to rent a boat, the $8 day charge lets you fish from their very roomy docks!

The Saturday Brunch and Thursday potlucks are opportunities to not cook and enjoy some great food and visit with your camping neighbors.

Give them a call and check out their website:  http://www.deerlakeresort.com/Home.html.  They are located on the west or north side of the lake.   There are great directions on the web site!

Address:    3906 WEST CANYON SPRINGS WAY, DEER LAKE, WASHINGTON 99148

Email:     deerlakeresort@sisna.com  
Deer Lake Resort Phone:   509 233 2081
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Bass Lake, Stevens County, Republic Washington

Monday, March 1st, 2010

In the Lake Series of Blogs, I am going to purloin basic info from other sites to make a compilation of details about different lakes. I am starting with BASS LAKE which is about 3 or 4 miles from Republic Washington in the NW corner of Stevens county Washington.

Latitude: 48.6324037 Longitude: -118.0010965

MAP LINK: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=bass+Lake+Stevens+County+WA&sll=36.456636,-95.712891&sspn=49.449097,78.662109&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Bass+Lake&ll=48.632455,-118.001232&spn=0.020166,0.038409&t=h&z=15

While there is a lot of good fishing in this area, Bass Lake just does not come up on any of the searches as a place for the general public to fish. It is surrounded by pretty heavily treed area and appears to be fed by a couple short streams. The main water flow in terms of small streams in the area seems to pass this lake by. The lake is more or less round and appears to be about 4-500 feet across. The aerial photo makes it look like the east side is fairly swampy in the trees, but, that may be a shaddow effect. There is a road that accesses the hill from the north side of the lake.

due to the lack of information on line about this lake, I would check with local people in Republic before trying to fish it.

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