Suiattle River

Main Species: Salmon, Steelhead
Sub Species: Trout
Size: Small, glacial river
Public Access: yes
Boat Launch: n/a
Bathrooms: no
Opening Date: First Sat. in June
Closing date: Oct. 31st

The Suiattle River is a glacial fed river that is often swift flowing. It flows into the Sauk River north of Darrington, in Skagit County and adds significant flows to the Sauk river. Most easily accessed off State route 530 south of Rockport. You can drive along the river on forest road 26.

Dolly Varden/bull trout – First Sat. in June-Oct. 31 Min. size 20″. May be retained as part the TROUT daily limit.
All Other TROUT – First Sat. in June-Oct. 31 Min. size 8″. Daily limit 2.
Other Game Fish – First Sat. in June-Oct. 31 Statewide min. size/daily limit.

Anglers are advised to check the sport fishing rules pamphlet, which is available on WDFW’s website at

One Response to Suiattle River

  1. Randy Kinley June 19, 2017 at 2:46 am #

    Fly fishing only?

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