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Resorts offering fishing boat rentals listed

Williams Lake in Spokane County has two family resorts. Both resorts offer dock fishing as well as rental fishing boats, with or without motors.  (Rich Landers / The Spokesman-Review)
Williams Lake in Spokane County has two family resorts. Both resorts offer dock fishing as well as rental fishing boats, with or without motors. (Rich Landers / The Spokesman-Review)

Northeastern Washington has a wealth of family resorts that cater to anglers – including those who need a rental boat. Area lakes with resorts that have been renting small fishing boats include:

Clear Lake: Sun Cove Resort (formerly Dan’s Landing), (509) 299-3717; Mallard Bay Resort, (509) 299-3830.

Curlew Lake: Tiffany’s Resort, (509) 775-3152; Black Beach Resort, (509) 775-3989 (must be a guest at these resorts to rent a boat).

Deer Lake Resort, (509) 233-2081.

Downs Lake Resort, (509) 235-2314.

Eloika Lake: Jerry’s Landing, (509) 292-2337.

Fishtrap Lake Resort, (509) 235-2284.

Jumpoff Joe Lake Resort, (509) 937-2133.

Loon Lake: Granite Point Park, (509) 233-2100; Shore Acres, (509) 233-2474.

Marshall Lake Resort, (509) 447-4158.

Newman Lake: Newman Lake Resort, (509) 226-2727; Sutton Bay Resort, (509) 226-3660 (both resorts open in May).

Sprague Lake: Four Seasons Campground, (509) 257-2332; Sprague Lake Resort, (509) 257-2864.

Twin Lakes (Colville Indian Reservation): Log Cabin Resort, (509) 722-3543; Rainbow Beach Resort, (509) 722-5901.

Waitts Lake: Silver Beach Resort, (509) 937-2811; Winona Beach Resort, (509) 937-2231.

West Medical Lake Resort, (509) 299-3921.

Williams Lake: Bunker’s Resort, (509) 235-5212; Klink’s Williams Lake Resort, (509) 235-2391.


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