This lake is adjacent to Watson Lake in the upper Tucannon River drainage. The water source from the Tucannon River runs through Beaver Lake before it enters Watson Lake. Beaver Lake is a small man-made lake that has become a sediment trap so it is silted in and has lots of vegetation growing in the lake and along the shorelines. WDFW no longer stocks this lake.
Two-pole fishing is allowed
Shoreline access: Good - all public access, but lots of brush and grass covering the shoreline.
Species you might catch
Acreage: 1.10 ac.
Elevation: 2393 ft.
Center: 46.283607, -117.654194
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Catchable fish plants
|Stock Date||Species||Number Released||Number of Fish Per Pound||Facility|
|May 25, 2021||Rainbow||2,500||2.5||TUCANNON HATCHERY|
|Feb 24, 2010||Rainbow||507||2.6||LYONS FERRY HATCHERY|
|Feb 19, 2009||Rainbow||513||2.7||LYONS FERRY HATCHERY|
|Feb 21, 2007||Rainbow||501||3||LYONS FERRY HATCHERY|
|Feb 28, 2006||Rainbow||500||2.85||LYONS FERRY HATCHERY|
|Feb 23, 2005||Rainbow||500||2.7||LYONS FERRY HATCHERY|
|Feb 18, 2004||Rainbow||500||2.5||LYONS FERRY HATCHERY|
|Feb 24, 2003||Rainbow||502||2.9||LYONS FERRY HATCHERY|
|May 24, 2002||Rainbow||502||2.6||TUCANNON HATCHERY|
|Feb 2, 2002||Rainbow||493||2.8||TUCANNON HATCHERY|