Waitts Lake

Stevens - Washington


  • 4 catches

  • 76 followers

  • 1 spots

The season runs from the 4th Saturday in April through February 28. Planted with rainbow trout catchables, net-pen reared rainbow and brown trout, along with brown trout fingerlings, plus some brood fish. The increase of rainbow and brown trout plants fro...

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Waitts Lake Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Details: 2 lb. Largemouth Bass with a B Fish N Tackle H2O Precision Jigs

  2. Largemouth Bass with a Strike King Rage Tail Slab Hammer Crappie Grubs

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice
  3. At Waitts lake, male German brown hit the perch colored Rapela at the surface as spawning time is here

    Brown Trout with a Rapela perch colored spoon 3 inch

  4. Night fishing

    2 lb. 16 in. Rainbow Trout with a worms

  5. Went to Winona beach and caught about 40 trout over 15 inches in one weekend

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