Lake Saint Clair (St. Clair)
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Fishing, boating, weather and lake information all in one place for Lake Saint Clair (St. Clair) in Thurston County, Washington and has boat launch access. Location: 5 miles S of Lacey. Information to include topographical and bathymetric maps, WDFW special fishing rules, targeted fish species present, acreage, depth, elevation and more when available.
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Saint Clair, Lake (270 acres): About five miles south of Lacey. Year-round open season provides for good fishing for rainbow trout, with kokanee later in the summer. A bonus plant of 176 larger triploid rainbows will be made again this year. The lake is also popular for bluegill sunfish, and largemouth bass, perch, black crappie are available. There are two WDFW access with boat launches and toilets on opposite sides of Rehklau Road SE, of Yelm Highway. Source: WDFW 2008 Fishing Prospects
WDFW Special Fishing Rules 2010/2011 Season:
|Trout||Year-round||No minimum size. Daily limit 5. Up to 2 over 14".|
|Other Game Fish||Year-round||Statewide minimum size/daily limit.|