Lake Washington

King - Washington


  • 8 catches

  • 441 followers

  • 15 spots

When it opens, Lake Washington’s sockeye salmon fishery is one of the most popular fisheries in Washington. Starting as early as mid-May, every year fisheries managers count the fish returning through the Ballard Locks to see if there are enough returnin...

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Lake Washington Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Details: Largemouth Bass with a Crankbait

    2 largemouth, both about 15 inches

  2. Smallmouth Bass with a Gulp drop shot mino

  3. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Nice catch

  4. got second place in my first tournament

    Largemouth Bass with a football head jig

  5. Details: 11 oz. 7 in. Yellow Perch with a dropshot

    nice bites

  6. Details: Smallmouth Fishing Hot Spot®

    Free Fishing Hot Spot®
    The Medina shoreline south of Bill Gates’ house is good for smallmouth along the docks. Smallmouth move into the shallows onto the gravel ...more beds during pre-spawn in May and drop-shotting small finesse baits like a PowerTeam® 7" Tickler is best for these early fish. Smallmouth will spawn in a bit deeper water than the largemouth, so depths around 10 feet will hold bass through all phases of the spawn. Reaction and jerk baits like the Livingston Lures® Stickemaster 20 and crawdad-colored crank baits like the Livingstone Lures® Diver Master 14 can be very productive throughout the warmer months.

    1. keith orourke 0
      If you do fish around his place his security will stand on the dock and watch you the whole time. Kinda funny.
    2. I read that Bill Gates has the world's biggest aquarium tank in his house. I wonder if he likes to fish?
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