This lake was formed from a pre-historic channel of the Columbia River.The lake suffers from over-enrichment causing oxygen depletion, over abundance of plants and algae.
The lake is primarily stocked with Brown and Rainbow Trout; however, there is a good population of Yellow Perch and other warmwater species. The lake is located one mile north of Camas.
Round Lake, located at the southeast end of the lake provides good bank access for trout and warmwater fishing.
Species you might catch
Lake Management TypeMixed species - Trout emphasis
Sport Fishing Regulations & Seasons
Emergency Rule Updates
Fishing closures and openings happen constantly throughout the year. The E-Rules keep you up-to-date.
Access Sites / Boat Ramps on this Lake
WDFW Water Access Sites
Fish Plants & Stocking Reports
• Check Emergency Fishing Rules for Updates
• Fishing Regulation Hotline Numbers
• Southwest Washington (Region 5) Fishing Hotline
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Forest Service (USFS)
National Park Service (NPS)
United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)