Black Pine Lake

Blackpine Lake is a scenic waterbody located on U.S. Forest Service property six miles southwest of Twisp.  At 3900 feet in elevation, the fishing holds up quite well throughout most of the summer.  There is a U.S. Forest Service campsite at the lake with dock and gravel boat launch.  Expect to catch westslope cutthroat in the 10-13 inch range.  A snowmobile will be needed to access lake during the winter months.

Two-pole fishing is allowed

Shoreline access: Good
Lake access from USFS campground and from main road

Species you might catch

Lake information

County: Okanogan
Acreage: 13.40 ac.
Elevation: 4015 ft.
Center: 48.311182, -120.277515
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Fishing prospects calendar

Westslope cutthroat trout
  • January: Fair fishing - All month
  • February: Fair fishing - All month
  • March: Fair fishing - All month
  • April: Fair fishing - All month
  • May: Good fishing - All month
  • June: Good fishing - All month
  • July: Good fishing - All month
  • August: Good fishing - All month
  • September: Good fishing - All month
  • October: Good fishing - All month
  • November: Good fishing - All month
  • December: Fair fishing - All month