Located 1.5 miles northwest of Goshen. The lake is open to fishing all year, but fishing from any floating device is prohibited from October to January for duck hunting. See the regulation pamphlet for specific dates.
Although small (32 acres), Fazon Lake has a high abundance of quality-size Bluegill (6-10 inches) which is uncommon in western Washington. This lake also provides excellent fishing for largemouth bass and channel catfish. Channel catfish have been planted as recently as 2014, and fish greater than 10 pounds have been caught in past years. Brown trout are stocked in the fall as fingerlings, and grow to a catchable size (8-12 inches) the following year.
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