Lake Sacajawea

Lake Sacajawea, historically known as Fowlers Slough, is located in a 67-acre park in the middle of the city of Longview. It is a former channel of the Cowlitz River that was dredged in 1924.

Catchable Rainbow  Trout and Brown Trout are planted from January to May and Rainbow Trout broodstock are planted in late winter.  Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch, Bluegill Sunfish, Warmouth and other sunfish species are also caught. Grass Carp have been planted in the past but it is illegal to fish for or retain Grass Carp.

Species you might catch

Black crappie
Brown bullhead
Grass Carp
Largemouth bass
Rainbow trout
Sucker, General
Yellow perch

Lake Information

Cowlitz County
Lake Acreage: 45.5
Elevation: 8 feet
Westside Washington

Lake Management Type
Mixed 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.

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Two-Pole Fishing Allowed

Access Sites / Boat Ramps on this Lake

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Fish Plants & Stocking Reports