Located about 10 miles northwest of Chelan. Lower Antilon is primarily managed as a Brown Trout fishery which has been consistently producing quality fish, with lots of Brown Trout in the 14" to 18" range and some over 20" not being uncommon. Black Crappie are also present and at times can provide fair fishing on some quality sized fish. There is one primitive boat launch and dirt parking lot at the north end of the lake. Internal cumbustion engines are prohibited per Chelan County ordinance No. 89-55.
Two-pole fishing is allowed
Shoreline access: Good - Public land borders the entire lake, but rough terrain and emergent aquatic vegetation allow only fair access.
Species you might catch
Acreage: 35.50 ac.
Elevation: 2329 ft.
Center: 47.967512, -120.157567
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Fishing improves throughout the Spring, peaking during the spawn. Summer is a slight lull, while Fall sees an improvement as waters cool, vegetation dies back, and prey becomes more available. During winter, the bite is slower, but anglers can have great success fishing through the ice when conditions are safe.
Pumpkinseed Sunfish are ubiquitous in most lowland lakes and readily caught year-round. Fishing is best in the spring and summer, peaking during the spawn in June. Fish move offshore into deeper waters through the fall as water temperatures cool making it more difficult to target them. Winter is the most difficult season to catch Pumpkinseed, but persistent anglers can find nice-sized schools offshore.