You'll find this lake about a mile west of Keechelus Lake. With a year-round open season, brook and rainbow trout provide most of the action, but there is also some small kokanee (less than 10 inches). Although brookies average only nine inches, there are some lunkers. The lake is also stocked with jumbo rainbow trout (1-1.5 lbs each) in the spring. No more than one trout over 14 inches may be retained in the 5-trout limit.
Although there is no established boat launch, there is an area at the east end of the lake near the US Forest Service access area where small cartop boats can be launched.
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