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Big reason to fish Amber Lake before it closes

Randy Osborne, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife fisheries biologist, holds a rainbow trout from Amber Lake in Spokane County. (Washington Fish and Wildlife Department)
Randy Osborne, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife fisheries biologist, holds a rainbow trout from Amber Lake in Spokane County. (Washington Fish and Wildlife Department)

FLY FISHING -- Washington Fish and Wildlife Department fisheries biologist Randy Osborne recently fished southwest Spokane County’s Amber Lake and reeled in this example of why anglers might want to wet a line there before the season closes at the end of November.

The lake is open for catch-and-release angling under selective gear rules and a prohibition on internal combustion motors. 




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