Dry Falls Lake is located north of Soap Lake and east of Park Lake. This lake is very popular with fly fishers. Fishing has been excellent the past five years for Rainbow Trout ranging in size from 12-20 inches with most fish greater than 14 inches. Angler effort during certain times of the year can be very high and several fly fishing clubs hold outings there during the spring and fall. Dry Falls Lake is very deep and as such has good fishing year-round. However, anglers tend to avoid fishing during the summer months to reduce the mortality of trout released in the very warm surface water temperatures. This lake is best fished from a boat, float tube, or pontoon boat.
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