Northeastern Washington has a wealth of family resorts that cater to anglers – including those who need to rent a 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.
Large boat safety
Keep cabins of larger boats vented. They can quickly fill with carbon monoxide to life-threatening levels while using a heater or even from motor fumes while running or fishing with the wind.
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