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WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE     Print Version
NEWS RELEASE
600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091


November 07, 2003
Contact: Chad Jackson, (425) 775-1311, Ext. 113

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King County's Beaver Lake getting 2,000 oversized hatchery rainbow trout

OLYMPIA - Anglers will have an opportunity to catch lunker rainbow trout in Beaver Lake near Issaquah, thanks to the release of approximately 2,000 hatchery rainbow trout in the 1-to-3-pound range next week.

The release by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is scheduled for the week of Nov. 9. The trout were part of an educational display at WDFW's Issaquah hatchery.

Beaver Lake is best fished by small boat, according to WDFW fisheries managers. The access site is most easily reached via East Beaver Lake Drive Southeast, off Southeast 24th Street in the city of Sammamish.

Parking for vehicles and boat trailers is limited. Internal combustion engines are prohibited on the lake. A valid WDFW vehicle access permit must be easily visible in or on vehicles parked at the access site.

Beaver Lake is one of several westside lowland lakes open to fishing year-round. Most other lowland lakes closed to trout fishing Oct. 31.

Anglers are advised to check the 2003/04 "Fishing in Washington" sport fishing rules pamphlet for complete details. The pamphlet is available at hundreds of retail outlets, or online on the Internet.