When it comes to fishing, Banks Lake in Central Washington has it all: Good numbers of walleye, bass, trout and kokanee plus some pleasant surprises like lake whitefish and burbot.
Sullivan Lake in far northeastern Washington is home to some of the state’s largest trout, as well as kokanee and burbot. Learn how to catch them in this article.
Never been burbot fishing? Well, this freshwater cousin of the cod is actually quite common in several Washington lakes. And they’re delicious. We’ll show you the very best spots.
If you like catching big kokanee and trout (plus bass and more), you need to go fishing at Lake Chelan. We’ll show you where, when and how to succeed at one of Washington’s top lakes.