King County (WA) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in King County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Rainbow Trout,  Perch,  Bream/Bluegill,  Cutthroat Trout,  Crappie,  Bullhead,  Catfish,  Smallmouth Bass,   and 17 more

Bodies of Water in King County Area

365 Lakes

327 Rivers and Streams

59 Reservoirs

126 other

King County Fishing Reports

  "Despite the Natives and there gill nets of death and destruction, I was..." Duwamish River

  "Bear Lake is just isolated enough that there's some awesome fishing to be..." Bear Lake

  "Rackdale Lake is a often overlooked fishing spot that you can nordic ski..." Rockdale Lake

  "Got a couple of cutthroat right from the Mercer Island pier..." Lake Washington

King County (WA) Fishing Spots

Alexander Beach 4.1 miles
Allen Lake 4.8 miles
Beaver Lake 3 miles
Beaver Lakes 2.9 miles
Canyon Creek 3 miles
Deep Creek 5.7 miles
Ebright Creek 5.9 miles
Echo Lake 6 miles
Four Lakes 6.8 miles
Hope Creek 3.2 miles
Icy Creek 3.3 miles
Issaquah Creek 3.9 miles
Jensens Cove 3.8 miles
Kanim Creek 5.2 miles
Lake Alice 4.6 miles
Lake Creek 4.6 miles
Lake Kathleen 6.8 miles
Lake Marie 6.9 miles
Lake McDonald 6.8 miles
Lake Sammamish 6.4 miles
Lewis Creek 5.3 miles
Long Lake 2.7 miles
Mud Creek 5.6 miles
Patterson Creek 4.3 miles
Pine Lake 3.9 miles
Raging River 4.8 miles
Round Lake 2 miles
Skunk Creek 5.6 miles
Soderman Creek 3.2 miles
Squibbs Creek 6.3 miles
Tibbetts Creek 4.2 miles
Tokul Creek 6.5 miles
Tradition Lake 1.6 miles
Yellow Lake 2.1 miles
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Washington Fishing Licenses

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About King County (WA) Fishing

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