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Trout lakes opener coming soon

Opening day is soon to be upon us! A nice list of lakes will open on April 25th. With a short list of fishing activities this time of year, it will be nice to have a bunch of lakes opening up.  For stocking reports, check http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/plants/statewide/ . For local lakes info check out the fishing access […]

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Opening day trout season 2013 in Whatcom and Skagit

Trout season is officially opening the weekend of April 27th. Most Whatcom and Skagit county lakes are opening on Saturday to trout fishing, and lots of them are stocked with catchable and triploid size rainbows. Read more information here http://wdfw.wa.gov/weekender/ and find information on local lakes on our fishing access pages. http://fishwhatcom.com/lakesrivers/Index.htm

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Opening day trout fishing report

Check out this updated and comprehensive report for Opening Day Trout Season 2012 information. Find your best opportunity for catching your limit. It’s time to gear up for the general lake opener on Saturday, April 28. Most Whatcom County lakes have already been stocked by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in anticipation of […]

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May 25th Fishing Report posted

FISHING REPORT May 25, 2011 By Ken Shagren, Fishing Pro Staff, Dave’s Sports Shop NORTHWEST WASHINGTON FRESHWATER Many Whatcom and Skagit county lakes have now settled into steady action after a relatively hot first couple of weeks. Limits are not necessarily a guarantee at Lake Padden and Toad Lake as was the case for many […]

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FISHING REPORT April 27, 2011

FISHING REPORT April 27, 2011 By Ken Shagren, Fishing Pro Staff, Dave’s Sports Shop “Remember to check the official WDFW regulations before going out!” NORTHWEST WASHINGTON FRESHWATER Lowland lakes will be opening this Saturday, April 30.  To give everyone an idea where the best opportunities for planted rainbows are, we’ve included the plant record for Whatcom and […]

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