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Spokane County lakes get extra trout for Fathers Day

With one giant fish in the bag, three year old Jacksen (cq) and his dad Mike Kaiser try to land another trout at West Medical Lake early on the opening weekend of Washington's fishing season.  (FILE The Spokesman-Review)
With one giant fish in the bag, three year old Jacksen (cq) and his dad Mike Kaiser try to land another trout at West Medical Lake early on the opening weekend of Washington's fishing season. (FILE The Spokesman-Review)

FISHING — Washington is spicing up the potential for a Fathers Day fishing trip at 19 lakes, including two in Spokane County, with extra plants of rainbow trout this week.

In addition to the trout remaining from fish plants preceding the April fishing season opener, West Medical Lake will received 1,250 catchable-size trout and Williams Lake will get 400.

Other lakes in this region getting a boost of fish include:

  • Diamond Lake in Pend Oreille County, 600.
  • Park Lake in Grant County, 400
  • Alta Lake in Okanogan County, 350 and Conconully Reservoir, 750.



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