Lakes in Snohomish County



Snohomish County Lakes Map (pdf format)

Armstrong Lake

Lake Armstrong is a small lake located about 1 mile north of Arlington, Washington. The lake sits hidden in a small hole in the surrounding hills. There is limited access. You drive up a hill to get to it. The boat ramp is steep and parking is limited. To reach the lake, take I-5 to the SR 530 exit to Arlington. Take Highway 9 going northbound from town for approximately 1 mile. Turn up a narrow (one lane) road and follow the signs to the lake. I fished this lake once as a kid from a rubber raft and caught 2 or 3 rainbows.

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Ashland Lakes

Take the Ashland Lakes Trail off of the mountian loop hwy, hike in 3 miles to the upper ashland lake (2700ft) You will pass beaver plant lake(pond)at 2.2 miles in. These lake are in the same area as Lake Boardman & Lake Evans.

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Ballinger Lake (103.2 acres)

Elevation 278ft. Max Depth 35ft.

This lake can be reached from Hwy 104 (205th St) at the Snohomish-King County border. On the NE end of the lake is public access at a park. The lake holds rainbow Trout, Largemouth bass,Black Crappie, Yellow perch and Brown Bullhead.

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Bandana Lake

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Barclay Lake (11 acres)

Situated at 2300 feet elevation in the northeast shadow of Mt. Baring, Barclay has long been a favorite family hike in the Skykomish River valley. The lake is open to fishing year-round, but the trail is generally open only from mid-April through October. The rainbow trout population is maintained by periodic fry stocking, as well as some natural production in the large inlet system. This lake is best fished from a raft, but can also be fished where several camps occur along the north shoreline. Expect most fish to be in the 6- to 11-inch range, with a few larger. This is a great place to introduce youngsters to mountain lake fishing.

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Bath Lake

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Bear Lake (2775ft.) 4 mile round trip

Take Highway 92 4.6 miles past Verlot and turn right on Road 4020 (the road for the Bald Mountain trailhead). In 2.6 miles reach a junction. Turn right onto No. 4021 (Bear-Pinnacle lakes). In another 1.4 miles is a "Y". The left is signed "4021-016-Trailhead." Keep right and soon cross Black Creek and in 1.5 miles, cross Bear Creek and the trailhead parking area just a bit beyond.

The way initially begins on a good gravel path that soon reaches a fork. The right goes a short bit to forest-ringed, marshy shorelined Bear Lake (2775 ft). Bring repellent! I've never fished it but may bring my float tube and flyrods next time. The other fork goes up to Pinnacle Lake (3800 ft; 24.3 KB). Switchback up to a ridge crest on a very rough, rooty, rocky trail. Once on the ridge there are some nice views of Bear Lake below and Glacier Peak. Then you'll level into a beautiful subalpine area with ponds and "ornamental" trees typical of the alpine setting. Soon drop a bit to the lake and outlet mouth of Black Creek (2.0 miles).

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Beaver Plant Lake

Take the Ashland Lakes trail off of the moutain loop hwy. Hike in 2.2 miles. Beaver plant lake is a pond like lake sitting at 2900 ft.

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Beecher Lake (16.7 Acres)

Elevation 13ft. Fish Species Present: Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch and Pumpkinseed Sunfish.

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Bevis Lake

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Bitter Lakes

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Blackmans Lake (60 acres)

Blackman's Lake is located in the town of Snohomish. There is access on the south shore and city park, with a disabled-accessible fishing pier on the northeast shore. Rainbow trout are the main attraction. Largemouth bass and yellow perch are also available. Expect fair fishing in spring and fall months. Year-around open season. Disabled accessibility in county park Level 1. DP, WCT, ramp down to accessible fishing dock, picnic shelter, picnic areas and tables.


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Blanca Lake

Has Rainbow Trout....2hour hike in to the lake.

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Blue Lakes

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Boardman Lake (47acres)Cutthroat trout

Boardman Lake is off the Mountain Loop Highway just past the Verlot Ranger Station. It's an easy .08 mile hike into the lake.

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Bosworth Lake (95.4 acres)

Elevation 563ft. Max Depth 79ft.

Located 2-1/2 miles south of Granite Falls, Bosworth has a state access with limited parking (and a toilet) on the northeast corner. Fishing should be fair-to-good for rainbows, with cutthroat trout and largemouth bass also available. This lake has also been selected to receive a bonus plant of large triploid rainbow trout (averaging 1-1/2 pounds apiece). These sterile fish can grow to trophy size if not harvested. Open season runs from the last Saturday in April through October 31.


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Bryant Lake (20.2 Acres)

Elevation 146ft. Max Depth 40ft. Fish Species Present: Largemouth Bass and Black Crappie.

Small lake, no shoreline or boat ramp, muddy conditions all around.......Go north on HWY9 out of Arlington. From the stilliguamish bridge it is 2.4 miles to the small parking lot on the right side of the road.

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Canyon Lake

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Cassidy Lake (124.5 acres)

Elevation 319ft. Max Depth 20ft.

This lake approximately 3 miles east of Marysville has a state access with toilet on the west side. Largemouth bass, yellow perch, Black crappie, Brown bullhead catfish, rainbow trout and pumpkinseed sunfish are available, with a slot limit on bass. This is a year around lake.
For those who remember, There used to be a resort on Cassidy called, "Paradise Resort" owned By Albert Donner and his wife Jo for a long time. To there CB friends they were known as Mr & Mrs Paradise for many years.

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Cavanaugh Lake

A small lake under 10 acres, 5 miles south of Goldbar. Holds rainbow. Elevation 1500 feet.

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Cedar Ponds

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Chain Lake (22.8 acres)

Elevation 390ft.

This lake is about three miles north of Monroe, reached by taking 195th avenue north out of Monroe and going about three miles to a left fork and a right turn to the SW end of the lake. The lake has rainbow, cutthroat, Black crappie and Largemouth bass. There is a public access area and boat launch, unknown quality.

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Chaplain Pond (11 acres)

Located 4-1/2 miles north of Sultan, just below the Everett water treatment plant, this sprawling pond system is stocked frequently with coastal cutthroat fry. It must be fished with a float tube, and is weedy. (NOTE: Chaplain Lake is closed to fishing at all times).

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Chitwood Lake (6 acres)

Naturally-producing coho and cutthroat share this marshy lake four miles east of Granite Falls. Access is by foot or mountain bike beyond a locked gate a little under two miles west of the lake. Open to fishing year-round.

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Cicero Pond

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Coal Lake

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Cochran Lake (33 acres)

This lake holds Rainbow Trout and is located 5 1/2 miles NE of Monroe.

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Coney Lake

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Connors Lake (8.9 Acres)

Elevation 190ft. Max Depth 18ft. Fish Species Present:Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie and Pumpkinseed.

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Cowbell Lake

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Crabapple Lake (36.3 acres)

Elevation 415ft. Max Depth 49ft.

Located seven miles northwest of Marysville, this lake has a state access with toilet on the north shore. Rainbow trout and pumpkinseed sunfish are available. Open season is from the last Saturday in April through October 31.

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Crescent Lake (8.8 acres)

Elevation 25ft. Max Depth 8ft.

This oxbow lake is located approximately 3 miles south of Monroe on the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area. It has bank or car-topper access only for largemouth bass, yellow perch, and sunfish. The season is open year-around.

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Cutthroat Lakes 7.5 mile round trip

Take Highway 92 7.5 miles past Verlot Public Service Center and turn right on road 4030. It's just before a bridge crossing of the S. Fork Stillaguamish River. Take this narrow, paved road 1.3 miles and turn right on unpaved road 4032 and drive 5.7 miles to its end on Mallardy Ridge and Walt Bailey's Trail. Note: there is not really a trailhead parking area. The road is very narrow and it is best to park about a tenth of a mile away from the end. Carpool if you can! Please do not park at the very end of the road so cars can turn around.

How about a hike up to a beautiful parkland, located just below summit of Bald Mountain, that's full of blueberries and lovely tarns? Initially, the trail climbs up into old-growth forest. After a few switchbacks, the way levels into a mixture of woods and meadows. At 1.6 miles, a large meadow is reached. There is a nice campsite right by the trail. Great spot for berry picking. Keep on the trail and in just a bit, cross a small stream and enter trees again. The way drops down into an open, rocky meadow and then winds back up into the woods to a bench. After crossing this fairly open area, you'll switchback up into forest. Finally, at about 3 miles, the trail climbs an impressive set of steps into the Cutthroat Lakes basin. I must say that Walt Bailey and others have done a great job in improving this trail! You'll pass few small tarns and soon climb to a viewpoint of lower Cutthroat Lake. Look for spur trails leading down to it. If staying on main trail, the way goes around the lake and reaches upper Cutthroat Lake which is distinguished by a small rock island with a tree (3.4 miles). Climb back up and take a short spur to a nice viewpoint of the lower lake. Go back on the main trail and pass the spur to the outhouse and drop down to a great campsite on a point jutting out into the upper lake. There are other nice campsites throughout this area and they have established fire pits. I noted some trout rising as well. Explore the meadows around the lakes or continue on up to the Bald Mountain Trail junction (4.0 miles) and hike that trail to the Ashland Lakes (one-way 15-mile hike) or explore area around summit of Bald Mountain.

Note: expect lots of black bears in this region. After lunch, as I exploring the meadows by the lakes, I ran into a large bruin just 75 yards away...looking at me. Fortunately, it was not surprised by me and was more interested in blueberries! I just retraced my steps when it looked away and everything was fine. I've been hiking for a long time and this was my first encounter. I feel privileged to have seen a bear in its own backyard. Backpackers will definitely want to bring special bear-proof food containers or hang food high if possible.

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Devils Lake

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Diamond Lake

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Dollar Lakes

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Downey Lake

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Duffy Lakes

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Ebey Lake (10 acres)

This lake is planted with cutthroat. Located on Ebey Hill. Has a boat launch. Drive 4 miles north on Hwy 530 to Trafton, then turn SE about 5 miles, then west 1.5 miles up the hill to the lake.

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Echo Lake (16 acres)

Located 2 miles southeast of Highway 522 near Maltby, Echo has a state access on the east side with parking, boat ramp and toilets. It is stocked with catchable-size rainbow trout in the spring, but trout growth is poor due to a large sunfish population. Year-around season.

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Echo Lake (25 acres)

This Echo Lake is about nine miles north of Sultan in the headwaters of Miller Creek, in the Pilchuck River drainage, at 1670 feet elevation. Access is by mountain bike or foot off of timber company or Snohomish PUD road systems. Fishing should be good-to-excellent for eastern brook trout and rainbow trout. A raft or float tube is almost mandatory due to brushy shoreline conditions. Fishing season is open year-round.

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Emerald Lake

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Evan Lake

Lake Evan is at the trailhead going to Boardman lake in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Forest.

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Flowing Lake (134.8 acres)

Elevation 526ft. Max Depth 69ft.

This lake is north of Monroe, take Woods Creek rd to Wagner rd, north 2 1/2 miles to a junction of Meadows Lake/Storm Lkae rd. Go right, about 3 1/2 miles. The lake has rainbow trout and Largemouth Bass. It is a quiet lake, not heavily used. The launch is OK with adequate parking.


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Foggy Lake

Take Highway 92 to Barlow Pass and the large trailhead parking area (19.5 miles from Verlot). a 9.5 mile round trip

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Fontal Lake (60 acres)

holds brook trout and rainbow. Public access on SE side. Hwy 203 for three miles south of Monroe, then take High Rd for two miles to the fork. Continue NE for 7 1/2 miles to Hannan Lake, then 1/2 mile more to Fontal.

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Fortson Mill Pond

Juvenille Angler's only (under 15 yrs old.) Darrington, Wa.

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Gissberg Ponds

There are two 5 acre ponds next to each other, located just west of I-5 and south of Smokey Point Inn. Take exit 206 off of I-5 drive west on 172nd NE to 27th NE then south to 169th NE and east to the frontage road. The lake holds rainbow plants, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Pumpkinseed, Bluegill and Channel Catfish. These ponds have also been called Twin Lakes. In the summer they are packed with swimmers.

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Goat Lake (25 acres) Brook Trout

To get to goat lake take the mountain loop highway east of Darrington or east from granite falls to the Verlot public service center. From the center go 20 miles to Barlow pass and continue another 5 miles to toward Darrington. About .2 miles beyond the Elliot creek bridge take a right 1 mile on road number 4080 and go to the trailhead. The hike was about 5 miles with frequent elevation changes, not something to take the kids on.

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Goodwin Lake (546.8 acres)

Elevation 324ft. Max Depth 53ft.

Take I-5 to exit 206 north of Everett. Warm Beach road 5 miles to Lake Goodwin road. This developed lake has Wenberg State Park at one end, along with Lake Goodwin Resort and Cedar Grove Resort. Rainbow Trout, brook trout, Silvers,Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Black Crappie, Yellow Perch and Pumpkinseed. There are reports of some large rainbows available. Has a good boat launch with 2 lanes. Parking is fair. There is a fee to launch boats at State Parks. This is an early morning lake for fishing, the afternoon usually brings water skiers and the fishing tends to die off.

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Greider lakes

From Everett follow US 2 east to Sultan. At Milepost 23 turn left onto Sultan Basin Road following for 13.3 miles to a kiosk. Continue 500 feet farther bearing right onto FR 61 reaching the trailhead in 7.1 miles. It's not far from Spada Lake.

Start by skirting the Reflection Ponds, two little insect-incubating wetland pools responsible for feeding area frogs, dragonflies, flycatchers, and sparrows. A side trail diverts left to circle the ponds and makes for a nice leg stretcher if youíre just out visiting the reservoir. The trail then quickly heads upward. After climbing 1,000 feet on 40 switchbacks over a course of 1.5 miles, the grade eases, the tread becomes more agreeable and old growth fills the backdrop. Little Greider Lake is reached after two miles of hiking. Itís a peaceful body of water surrounded by attractive forest.

Big Greider Lake is a half mile farther, and although it is only 35 feet higher in elevation, its surroundings are entirely different than the lower lake. Cradled in a mostly open bowl flanked by slopes of exposed cliffs and avalanche chutes, water crashes down off of the open wall surrounding it. And although Big Greider sits at an elevation just shy of 3,000 feet, it has the appearance of being much higher.

A spur trail takes off from Big Greider to open meadows above it. Much of the trail is overgrown, but a short way up it still rewards with views of the area. In springtime the lake basin is awash in wildflower colors. In autumn, ground hugging berry bushes set the landscape afire in red. And aside from the flora, the area is a good place for observing wildlife, too. Black bears sightings are fairly common. So, expect company in those vibrant berry patches.

Roundtrip: 5.0 miles

Elevation Gain: 1,370 feet

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Gulch Lakes

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Halcyon Lake

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Hall Lake (6.1 Acres)

Elevation 340ft. Max Depth 20ft. Fish Species Present:Largemouth Bass.

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Hannan Lake (48 Acres)

Located 5 mile NE of Monroe this lake holds Rainbow Trout and Eastern Brook Trout.

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Hanson Lake (10 acres)

A three- to four-mile hike, mountain bike or horse ride past Chitwood Lake brings you to Hanson Lake, located 5-1/2 miles southeast of Granite Falls. The lake supports cutthroat and eastern brook that can attain large size. The season is open year-round.

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Heather Lake (2400ft)

Take Highway 92 to the bridge just past Verlot and turn right on Mt. Pilchuck road. Go up this miserably washboarded, potholed road 1.2 miles to the large trailhead parking area with an outhouse. It's about a 4 mile hike to the lake easy to moderate.

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Helena Lake

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Hemple Lake

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Hilton Lake

This lake is located 3 miles northeast of Silver Lake and holds Rainbow, Browns, Large & smallmouth Bass and perch. It is a man made lake.

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Howard Lake (27 acres)

This lake approximately 1 mile northwest of Marysville has a primitive state access with toilet on the northwest shore. Primary species are rainbow and cutthroat trout. Open season runs from the last Saturday in April through October 31.


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Hughes Lake

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Independence Lake

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Isabel Lake

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Janus Lake

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Jay Lake (5 acres)

This small lake is part of the inlet system to Wallace Lake, in Wallace Lake State Park. Access is by hike or mountain bike, but access routes are brushy, and may have snow in early spring (elevation is 1900 feet). Good fishing is available for naturally-produced cutthroat trout and eastern brook trout. The lake is open to fishing year-round, but is better after the lake has warmed a bit (mid-May).

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Joan Lake

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Julia Lake (7.5 acres)

About five miles of hike or bike on a gated road is required to reach this lake, which is a little over four miles southeast of Granite Falls and just upstream from Smelling Lake. Both lakes are in the Worthy Creek/Pilchuck River drainage. Julia is open to fishing year-round. Expect fair-to-good fishing for 8- to 10-inch eastern brook trout and cutthroat trout. A float tube or raft is recommended

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Kelcema Lake

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Kellogg Lake (20.2 acres)

Elevation 650ft. Max Depth 15ft.

Located along the Kellogg Lake road about three miles northeast of Sultan, this lake consists of two basins connected by a long, snaking waterway, all surrounded by an extensive peat bog wetland. It contains largemouth bass, Black crappie, Yellow Perch and cutthroat trout. Open year-round, the lake is best fished from a raft or float tube. Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities supplement the fishing.

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Ketchum Lake (19.6 acres)

Elevation 190ft. Max Depth 30ft.

This small lake three miles north of Stanwood has a public access with a toilet on the south shore. Rainbow trout, largemouth bass, Black Crappie, pumpkinseed sunfish, Yellow Perch, bluegill and bullhead catfish are waiting for you to ketchum during the year-around season.


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Ki Lake (97.4 acres)

Elevation 414ft. Max Depth 70ft. Fish Species Present: Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass and Yellow Perch.

This is lake reached by taking exit 206 north of Everett, then west about 4 1/2 miles on Warm Beach Rd. There is a large unimproved launch area, not recommended for trailers.

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King Lake

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King Lake (12 acres)

Access to this small lake 3-1/2 miles southeast of Monroe on Weyerhaeuser property is by foot, horse or bicycle off local logging roads. Route-finding can be difficult due to confusing terrain. This deep lake supports eastern brook trout and cutthroat trout, with a year-round open season.

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Klements Mill Pond

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Krooze Lake

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Lime Lake

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Loma Lake (21.1 acres)

Elevation 465ft. Max Depth 28ft.

A small lake that holds Rainbow Trout, cutthroat, Largemouth Bass and pumpkinseed. North from Marysville to west at Stimson Crossing on 140th street NW for three miles, then 1/2 mile to Loma on Lake Drive.

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Lost Lake (13 acres)

You'll find native cutthroat and rainbow and rainbow trout in this small lake approximately 2 miles east of Maltby off Highway 522. Lost Lake has public access on the west shore with parking, toilet and ramp. Fishing is open year-around

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Martha Lake (Warm Beach) (58 acres)

Located 10 miles northwest of Marysville, this Martha Lake has a state access with toilet on the north shore and a resort on the south shore. Primary species are rainbow and cutthroat trout, and the lake is open year-around.

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Martha Lake (Alderwood Manor) (50 acres)

Located two miles northeast of Alderwood Manor in south Snohomish County, this Martha Lake has a public access boat ramp, with parking and toilet, on the southeast corner. Stocked rainbow trout are the main draw, but largemouth bass, yellow perch, and bullhead catfish are also available. Open season runs from the last Saturday in April through October 31.


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Martha Little Lake (13.4 Acres)

Elevation 324ft. Fish Species Present: Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch and Brown Bullhead.

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Meadow Lake

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Meadow Lake

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Menzel Lakes

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Metan Lake

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Monte Cristo Lake

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Nina Lake

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North Lake

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Olson Lake

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Panther Lake (46.7 acres)

Elevation 455ft. Max Depth 36ft.

This lake approximately 4 miles northeast of Snohomish has a state access with toilet on the west shore. Available species include rainbow and cutthroat trout, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish, Black crappie and brown bullheads. Fishing is allowed year-around.


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Pass Lake

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Peach Lake

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Peek-A-Boo Lake

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Picnic Point Pond

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Pinacle Lake (3800ft) 4 mile round trip

Take Highway 92 4.6 miles past Verlot and turn right on Road 4020 (the road for the Bald Mountain trailhead). In 2.6 miles reach a junction. Turn right onto No. 4021 (Bear-Pinnacle lakes). In another 1.4 miles is a "Y". The left is signed "4021-016-Trailhead." Keep right and soon cross Black Creek and in 1.5 miles, cross Bear Creek and the trailhead parking area just a bit beyond.

The way initially begins on a good gravel path that soon reaches a fork. The right goes a short bit to forest-ringed, marshy shorelined Bear Lake (2775 ft). Bring repellent! I've never fished it but may bring my float tube and flyrods next time. The other fork goes up to Pinnacle Lake (3800 ft; 24.3 KB). Switchback up to a ridge crest on a very rough, rooty, rocky trail. Once on the ridge there are some nice views of Bear Lake below and Glacier Peak. Then you'll level into a beautiful subalpine area with ponds and "ornamental" trees typical of the alpine setting. Soon drop a bit to the lake and outlet mouth of Black Creek (2.0 miles).

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Powerline Pond

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Rainbow Lake

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Riley Lake

This lake is located near Trafton, just outside of Arlington. Take the Jim Creek road and follow it almost up to the Naval Station. The road forks off to the leftand turns into lake Riley road. Follow it to lake Riley. The lake has a boat launch and a gravel area for parking. Holds Rainbows.

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Roesiger Lake (352.2 acres)

Elevation 570ft. Max Depth 115ft.

This lake is 11 miles north of Monroe off Woods Creek Road to the Roesinger road, left and then right to the boat ramp. The ramp is concrete and will take boats to 16 feet without difficulty except that the parking lot is small and can be hard to move around in. The lake holds rainbows, silvers, Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Yellow Perch, Brown Bullhead, Pumpkinseed and Black Crappie. There is a county park on the lake which has pickniking and an area to hand launch smaller boats. No watersking is allowed until after 10am.

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Rowland Lake

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Round Lake

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Ruggs Lake (11.5 Acres)

Elevation 390ft. Max Depth 15ft. Fish Species Present: Brown Bullhead.

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Scrabble Lake

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Scriber Lake (3.4 acres)

Elevation 340ft.

This small, mixed-species lake is located in Scriber Lake Park in Lynwood. A small fishing pier provides access for very limited fishing for largemouth bass and yellow perch. The lake is open year-round.

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Serene Lake (42 acres)

Located just west of Highway 99 at Shelby Road in Lynnwood, Serene has a public access with parking, toilet and boat ramp at the west end of the lake. It is mainly a rainbow trout lake, but largemouth bass are also present. Open year-around.

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Shoecraft Lake (136.8 acres)

Elevation 324ft. Max Depth 38ft.

This lake is approximately 7 miles northwest of Marysville near Lake Goodwin. It has a state access with toilet on the southwest corner. Primary species are rainbow trout, Black crappie, largemouth bass, Smallmouth Bass, Pumpkinseed and Yellow perch, with a slot limit on bass. Year-around open season.

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Silver Lake (102 acres)
This lake is 102 acres and holds rainbow and kokanee. Its 5 1/2 miles south of Everett next to the Everett-Bothell highway. The lake has a resort and a public access is on the west shore.

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Smelling Lake

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Snowslide Lake

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South Lake

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Spada Lake (1870 acres)

This reservoir eight miles north of Sultan offers a rainbow and cutthroat trout fishery (plus their hybrids). Selective fishery regulations and special size restrictions are in effect, so be sure to check the regulation pamphlet. Electric motors are allowed. All tributaries are closed to fishing. Open season runs from the last Saturday in April through October 31.

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Stevens Lake (1021.1 acres)

Elevation 210ft. Max Depth 160ft.

Located approximately 5 miles east of Everett, Lake Stevens has a state access in the nearby town of Lake Stevens with a ramp, parking and toilets, plus a county park access off Davies Road with launch, parking, toilets and a fishing pier. Available species include rainbow trout (best in fall-winter), largemouth bass, Smallmouth Bass, Black Crappie, yellow perch, brown bullheads, cutthroat trout and . There is a one-bass, 18-inch minimum size limit. Stevens also offers good kokanee fishing May through August. The fishing season here is open year-around. Disabled accessibility Level 1 at county park. DP, WCT, WC docks, Blk Tpa.

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Stickney Lake (25.7 acres)

Elevation 450ft.

A 25.7 acre lake holding rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch and Brown Bullhead. 4.5 miles NE of Lynnwood and just east of Hwy 99. On 20th Pl. West.

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Stone Lake

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Storm lake (78 acres)

This lake approximately 5 miles north of Monroe has a state access with a narrow ramp, limited parking, and a toilet on the northwest corner of the lake. Cormorant predation has hurt the trout fishery here, but expect fair-to-good fishing for planted rainbow trout in the early season. Some largemouth bass are also present. Last Saturday in April through October 31 season.


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Sunday Lake (38.7 acres)

Elevation 211ft. Max Depth 20ft.

Sunday Lake is 5 miles east of Stanwood, and has a primitive access on the north shore. Largemouth bass, Yellow perch, Black crappie and pumpkinseed sunfish, Brown Bullhead are available. The season is open year-around .


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Sunset Lake

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Swartz Lake

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Thomas Lake (7.2 Acres)

Elevation 387ft. Fish Species Present: Largemouth Bass and Yellow Perch.

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Tomtit Lake ( 27.9 Acres)

Elevation 608ft. Max Depth 75ft. Fish Species Present: Largemouth Bass.

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Trout Lake

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Twenty Two Lake (44 acres)

Rainbows are planted in this lake which is reached by hiking up to the lake. Drive east of Granite Falls 12 miles then head south up22 Creek two miles to lake. Elevation is 2460 feet. Take Highway 92 0.6 miles past the Mt. Pilchuck road and turn right into the trailhead parking area.

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Twin Lakes

Two lakes, 32 and 34 acres each.Rainbow and cutthroat are stocked into the upper and lower lakes. There is a boat launch at upper twin. East from Hwy 530 at Trafton for seven miles, then south 2 miles to check in point at Navy radio station.

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Twin Lakes

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Tyee Lake

This lake is located in Monroe just off Frielands Blvd. Holds Bass, Trout & Catfish.

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Wagner Lake (20 acres)

Located approximately 2 miles northeast of Monroe, Wagner has a state access with narrow ramp on the southwest shore. It is primarily a rainbow trout and largemouth bass lake. Open season runs from the last Saturday in April through October 31.

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Wallace Lake (55 acres)

Hike a combination of trails and closed roads via Wallace Falls State Park to reach this deep lake at about 1850 feet elevation. Lake trout (Mackinaw) are available, plus naturally-produced rainbow trout and eastern brook. The season is open year-round.

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Weden Lake

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Winters Lake (11.2 Acres)

Elevation 663ft. Max Depth 15ft. Fish Species Present: Largemouth Bass.

This Lake is near Sultan.

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