Lone Lake

This lake is managed as a quality fishing water where fish in excess of 16 inches can be regularly caught here.  Fishing is best in the spring and the fall as warmer water temperatures and reduced water clarity in the summer can limit catch rates.  Anglers use various lures and flies under selective gear rules: leech and chironomid fly patterns, and large lures. A bloodworm fly pattern is often effective in February and early March. Introduced warmwater species (i.e. Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch and Brown Bullhead) are also present in the lake. A large WDFW access on the north shore has a concrete boat ramp, parking area and toilets.

Two-pole fishing is allowed

Special fishing restrictions:

  • Selective gear rules in effect

Shoreline access: Good
Mostly undeveloped shoreline, Lone Lake County Park.

WDFW water access areas on this lake

Species you might catch

Lake information

County: Island
Acreage: 90.30 ac.
Elevation: 21 ft.
Center: 48.021126, -122.461805
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Fishing prospects calendar

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


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