Stop in to pick up live bait, lures, poles, nets, line, and other equipment. Conveniently located between Lacamas, Round, and Fallen Leaf Lakes.
Brown trout are a popular and widely distributed game fish in Washington. They are not closely related to our native trout and salmon, but rather most closely related to Atlantic salmon, which are European in origin. Average size 12 - 18 inches.
A member of the sunfish family, together with six other species of bass, they make up the group typically known as the black basses. The only other member of the black basses in Washington is the similar looking smallmouth bass. Average size 12 - 15 inches, but can grow 17 - 20+.
Steelhead and rainbow trout are the same species, but rainbow are freshwater only, and steelhead go to sea. Rainbow trout are the most common and hence the most popular species of trout in Washington, averaging 11 - 18 inches in length.
Other area fish
Additional species you might catch in the Lacamas Lake area include Black Crappie, Bluegill, Brown Bullhead, Channel Catfish, Common Carp, Northern Pikeminnow, Pumpkinseed Sunfish, Warmouth, and Yellow Perch.