Lowland lakes

Grab your fishing rod and sharpen your hooks! Thousands of lowland lakes in Washington provide anglers new and old with exciting, family-friendly fishing opportunities. The video below demonstrates how to use the search function below to not only find great lakes in your area to fish, but also shore fishing locations across the state if you won't be using a boat.

 

Find lowland lakes

Name Acres Elevation County Location (opens in Google Maps)
Baker Lake 4755.30 acres 703 feet Whatcom 48.726836, -121.628304
Cain Lake 71.20 acres 396 feet Whatcom 48.649705, -122.329306
Depression Lake 41.20 acres 699 feet Whatcom 48.659828, -121.694718
Diablo Lake 803.60 acres 1213 feet Whatcom 48.712756, -121.116127
Gorge Lake 220.40 acres 878 feet Whatcom 48.70045, -121.191189
Lake Fazon 31.90 acres 132 feet Whatcom 48.865879, -122.367774
Lake Padden 147.70 acres 450 feet Whatcom 48.702903, -122.453363
Lake Samish 809.90 acres 274 feet Whatcom 48.665125, -122.385318
Lake Terrell 321.30 acres 216 feet Whatcom 48.864092, -122.684882
Lake Whatcom 4923.60 acres 312 feet Whatcom 48.740296, -122.346516
Ross Lake 11493.40 acres 1519 feet Whatcom 48.949476, -121.079427
Silver Lake (Whatcom County) 157.30 acres 766 feet Whatcom 48.978457, -122.069853
Squalicum Lake 31.20 acres 483 feet Whatcom 48.797505, -122.350141
Toad Lake 28.50 acres 720 feet Whatcom 48.791216, -122.39504
Wiser Lake 116.10 acres 56 feet Whatcom 48.9037, -122.481092