Quincy Lake

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Fishing, boating, weather and lake information all in one place for Quincy Lake in Grant County, Washington. Information to include topographical and bathymetric maps, WDFW special fishing rules, targeted fish species present, acreage, depth, elevation and more when available.

Anyone interested in fishing Quincy Lake should consult with local guides and resources before heading out to fish.

Details for Quincy Lake

Topographic View
Latitude: 47.140132
Longitude: -119.920052

Target Species:

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Quincy Lake Stats:

County:  Grant
State:  Washington
Location:  info not available
Access:  info not available
Acres:  42
Elevation:  1196 feet
Avg Depth:  info not available
Max Depth:  info not available
Bathymetric Map:  no map available

Other Nearby Lakes to Explore

Burke Lake (0.42 mi) Cliff Lake (1.01 mi)
Stan Coffin Lake (0.59 mi) Crystal Lake (1.03 mi)
H Lake (0.76 mi) Spring Lakes (1.10 mi)
Cascade Lake (0.86 mi) Dot Lake (1.19 mi)
Cup Lake (0.98 mi) Dusty Lake (1.27 mi)
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Lake Overview:

WDFW Region 2 North Central Washington

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 > LowerCaliche Lake > UpperCaliche Lake > WestCascade Lake, Cliff LakeCrater Lake,  Cree Lake,  Crystal LakeCup LakeDot LakeFlat LakeGeorge LakeMartha Lake  and  Spring Lakes.

Editor's Note:  

Fishing Forecasts, Fishing Reports, Stocking Reports & Fish Counts: The Weather Channel > Fishing Forecast for Ancient LakesWashingtonLakes.com > Fishing Reports for Quincy Wildlife Area Lakes,  WDFW > 2008 Trout Plants for Ancient LakesWDFW > Weekender Report for North Central WashingtonWDFW > Warmwater Enhancement Program ReportsWDFW > Fishing Reports, Plants & Counts 

Notice: Always check the latest regulations & seasons before venturing out to fish. Buy your license online!


WDFW Special Fishing Rules 2010/2011 Season:

Species Season Rule Special Note
All Game Fish March 1 to July 31 Statewide minimum size/daily limit.


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