Lake Lenore

Lake Lenore is located just north of Soap Lake along State Route 17.  Lenore is most famous for its very alkaline waters that only Lahontan Cutthroat Trout can survive in.  This lake is an anglers best chance to catch a trout pushing or slightly exceeding 30 inches.  Several trout in the low to mid 20 inches also exist.  The best fishing time is during the fall months.  Fishing can be productive during other months of the year, but anglers will need to locate where fish are holding.  This lake is best fished from a boat, canoe, float tube, or pontoon boat.  Internal combustion motors are prohibited.  Anglers are also advised that wind can become very strong. 

Two-pole fishing is allowed

Special fishing restrictions:

Shoreline access: Good - Several shoreline fishing areas along the eastern shore.

WDFW water access areas on this lake

Species you might catch

Lake information

County: Grant
Acreage: 1406.30 ac.
Elevation: 1078 ft.
Center: 47.487056, -119.517425
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