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Quincy Wildlife Area Lakes: Located southwest of the town of Quincy off Road 5 NW. Refer to a separate listing for Evergreen Reservoir and Dusty Lake. Quincy and Burke Lakes were rehabilitated in the fall of 2005 and both waters produce nice sized (12-15 inch) rainbow trout for opening day. Both Quincy and Burke are open March 1 through July 31. In addition to the west end access, Burke can be accessed on the east end through the Quincy Wildlife Area off of Road 3 NW. These small seep lakes below Quincy and Burke will offer fair rainbow fishing this year. Stan Coffin, “H”, and part of the Ancient Lakes provide a warmwater fishery primarily for bass and bluegill. All three are open year-round. Stan Coffin features the only catch and release bass fishery in the state and has a very high density of largemouth bass. (See Washington State Parks website: http://www.parks.wa.gov/ada-rec for ADA accessibility information.) Source: WDFW > 2008 Washington Fishing Prospects.
Other lakes located in the Quincy Wildlife Area: Caliche Lake > Lower, Caliche Lake > Upper, Caliche Lake > West, Cascade Lake, Cliff Lake, Crater Lake, Cree Lake, Crystal Lake, Cup Lake, Dot Lake, Flat Lake, George Lake, Martha Lake and Spring Lakes.
Fishing Forecasts, Fishing Reports, Stocking Reports & Fish Counts: The Weather Channel > Fishing Forecast for Ancient Lakes, WashingtonLakes.com > Fishing Reports for Quincy Wildlife Area Lakes, WDFW > 2008 Trout Plants for Ancient Lakes, WDFW > Weekender Report for North Central Washington, WDFW > Warmwater Enhancement Program Reports, WDFW > Fishing Reports, Plants & Counts
WDFW Special Fishing Rules 2010/2011 Season:
|All Game Fish||March 1 to July 31||Statewide minimum size/daily limit.|