The Monroe area is home to many top-notch fishing destinations. The main target species in Snohomish  County lakes are Rainbow Trout but anglers will also find healthy populations of bass, crappie,  pumpkinseeds, and the occasional brown bullhead. Some of our lakes are also stocked with large-size triploid rainbows that are a minimum length of 14 inches! Fishing season officially opens across the state of Washington on the last Saturday in April (4/27/13).

Official WDFW Regulations

Snohomish County Licensing Locations

Lake Stocking Reports

Lakes:

Click lake name for WDFW access information.

Blackmans Lake

Species include bullhead catfish, largemouth bass, yellow perch, pumpkinseed, cutthroat and rainbow trout.
Ample shorefishing, small pier, and gravel launch. No motors allowed.
Stocked with catchable trout in March, 2013.

Chain Lake

Species include trout, crappie, pumpkinseed and large mouth bass.
Primitive launch and no motors allowed.
Stocked with catchable trout in March, 2013.

Crescent Lake

Species include largemouth bass, yellow perch, and pumpkinseed.
No boat launch and no motorized boats allowed.
Open year-round.

Echo Lake (SR 522)

Species include largemouth bass and rainbow trout.
Gravel boat launch no motors allowed.
Bathrooms available.
Stocked with catchable rainbow trout in April, 2013.

Flowing Lake

Species include largemouth bass and rainbow trout.
Stocked with catchable trout and triploids in March, 2013.
Developed shorefishing access and boat launch.
ADA accessible restrooms.

Lake Roesiger

Species include kokanee, largemouth bass, yellow perch, crappie, bluegill, bullhead catfish as well as rainbow and cutthroat trout.
Stocked with triploids in March, 2013.
Special regulations: trout must be 10 inches and a daily limit of 9 on crappie.
Developed access for shorefishing and boat launch.
Bathrooms not ADA accessible.

Lost Lake (Off of SR 522)

Species include rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout.
Minimal shore access. Primitive launch.
Open year-round.
Stocked in March, 2013.

Lake Tye

Lake Tye park offers ample shorefishing opportunities and is home to pumpkinseed, bullhead cat, largemouth bass, and rainbow trout.
The lake is open year-round and is known for it’s large number of holdover rainbows. It was stocked with both catchable and triploid trout in March of 2013.

Wagner Lake

Species include largemouth bass and rainbow trout.
Small launch, small area for turnaround, trailers not recommended.
No motors allowed.
Stocked with catchable and triploid trout in March, 2013.

Trout photo by robposse