Fishing and stocking reports
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) monitors fishing activity in waters around the state by interviewing anglers at fishing access sites. Additionally, the department regularly stocks fish in lakes and streams statewide to provide opportunities for anglers.
Creel and catch reports
Fishing and catch information gathered from anglers around the state.
WDFW provides opportunity for anglers by stocking fish in lakes and streams around the state.
Find escapement reports, along with sockeye, Chinook, and coho salmon counts for Lake Washington, and sockeye salmon counts for the Baker River.
Voluntary trip report program
Angler-supplied trip reports provide critical information used by WDFW to maintain and increase salmon fishing opportunities.