About 16 miles north of Leavenworth, a mile northeast of Lake Wenatchee. Access is primarily through the Forest Service approved private concession "Cove Resort". There is also some limited "walk-in" shore access on USFS land to the east end of the lake on both the north and south shores via Chiwawa River Rd. and Nat. Forest Rd. 6202. This lake produces good fishing throughout the year. Angling effort is mostly split between trout and perch. Fly-fishing for Rainbow Trout is best in spring and fall months. A few trophy Brown Trout are available at times for those willing to work at it. A fair population of Largemouth Bass can provide some fun action in the spring and summer months with some nice fish available. Perch fishing is best in the winter through the ice, but good catches are made all year.
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