Lake Geneva Fishing Report near Algona, Washington
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Fishing Tips for Lake Geneva
by William Schmidt
on February 18th
Located about 2 ½ miles SW from Auburn Lake Geneva covers 29 acres and has a max depth of 46'. Public access is provided by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. The small, narrow, quite steep access area has very limited parking space and a solid gravel boat launch area. You can catch nice bass and panfish by fishing weedlines, lily pads, fallen trees, boat docks, and around the deep hole. The usual baits and lures should work just fine.
Fishing Hot Spots near Lake Geneva
"Caught my first fish here! IT WAS A CATFISH!! DIDNT EVEN KNOW THERE WERE ANY IN THE LAKE! Around..." Phantom Lake
"Caught my first fish here (panfish). I used a night crawler as bait...." Arbor Lake
"small stearm tiny spinners worked great..." North Creek
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