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A view of Lake Osoyoos

Lake Osoyoos 

Lake Osoyoos sits on the border with Canada and spans over 2,000 acres. Fishermen can expect to reel in a multitude of species including rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, sockeye salmon, yellow perch, and more! Shoreline fishing can be found, but boat fishing is another way to get around to reeling in a catch! 

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Whitestone Lake

Fishermen will not want to miss the opportunity to fish Whitestone Lake! The waters have been established as a fishery for trophy largemouth bass. Other fish categories include bluegill fish, yellow crappie, catfish, and more! You won't need a boat as shoreline access is good at this lake. And fishing can happen all year round as this lake is also a spot for ice fishing! 

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A largemouth bass chasing a lure
A fishermen holds a rainbow trout

Wannacut Lake

Wannacut Lake is a 428-acre lake that is fit for reeling in a rainbow trout! Fishermen can expect to reel in rainbow trout that are between 10 and 12 inches long. Due to limited shore access, it is recommended to fish in this lake with the benefit of a boat! Other fish you may reel in during a day on Wannacut Lake include largemouth bass. 

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Palmer Lake

Palmer Lake is a fishing destination all year round! Fishermen can reel in a variety of species including bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, mountain whitefish, rainbow trout, yellow perch, and more! Two-pole fishing is allowed at Palmer Lake. Shore fishing is a bit limited and there is also a gravel and concrete boat launch. 

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A smallmouth bass
A view of Conconully Lake

Conconully Lake

Conconully Lake is a narrow lake nestled within Conconnully Lake State Park! Fishermen can find shore fishing as well as a boat launch for casting a line out on the water. Reel in rainbow trout that grow between the 10 and 12 inches mark as well as largemouth bass and kokanee. Fishermen are encouraged to keep the bass they reel in (up to daily limits) in order to reduce competition for kokanee and trout. 

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