Leland Lake Fishing Report near Port Ludlow, Washington
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by Tight Lines
on April 17th
Northern end of Lake to the right of the public ramp. We were fishing for perch and couldn't get our lures past the trout they were so thick. We got some perch but them trout were hungry for anything that moved. Cutthroat have been plant,too.
Species Caught: Rainbow Trout
Fishing Tips for Leland Lake
by William Schmidt
on February 23rd
If you are looking to catch some nice rainbow trout sometime I recommend you check out Leland Lake sometime. If you decide the lake might be worth your time I recommend fishing the steep drop offs and 20ft deep hole with little cleos, kastmasters, deep diving crankbaits, worms, powerbait, and marshmallows. If trout aren't your thing you could also try for the nice largemouth bass and panfish that make their home among Leland Lake's weedlines, boat docks, fallen trees, and lily pads. Try fishing for them with weedless jigs, spoons, soft plastics, swim baits, spinnerbaits, and topwaters. Good Luck!
Fishing Hot Spots near Leland Lake
"Caught my first fish here (panfish). I used a night crawler as bait...." Arbor Lake
"small stearm tiny spinners worked great..." North Creek
"this creek should not be over looked by any bothell/millcreek angler due to its size. We all know..." Penny Creek
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