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This small lake off the Tucannon River is used as an acclimation pond for spring Chinook salmon, so it opens later (late April) than other nearby lakes.
The lake is well stocked with 10-12 inchs Rainbow Trout after salmon smolts leave in April, plus some jumbo Rainbow Trout (about 1.5 lbs each) are stocked here.
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It is located near camping areas on the Department of Fish and Wildlife Wooten Wildlife Area, U.S. Forest Service Campgrounds, as well as about 10 miles upstream of a KOA Campground at the Last Resort. A few miles away is National Forest and Wilderness.
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Lake Acreage: 2.0
Elevation: 2,573 feet
Lake Management Type Trout emphasis
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