Located on Methow Wildlife Area three miles east of Winthrop. Campbell has a split fishing season so anglers need to be aware of gear and limit restrictions based on time of year. It is best fished with a small boat or float tube. This lake does have a tendency to winterkill and often times requires a catchable trout plant in mid to late April to maintain good fishing throughout the summer. There is a WDFW access site with a gravel boat launch. Recent plants of catchable rainbow in the 11-12 inch range should provide good fishing during the summer catch and release season.
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