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Wa Kokanee ?
Which lakes in Washington have kokanee in them?



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Re: [petty4life] Wa Kokanee ? In reply to
There are a few I believe. Most of western Washington has different species of salmon that run the rivers, and some up into lakes like Lake Washington, Lake Union, etc. Kokanee, however are less common but are still found in many places.

I know there are Kokanee in Lake Sammamish in Redmond.

I suggest checking out the Washington state fishing rules guide -- it will provide some information as to other lakes that have Kokanee. Are you planning a trip up here or just curious?




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Re: [cat_man] Wa Kokanee ? In reply to
not planning a trip yet just doing some research on western states kokaneeWink



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Re: [petty4life] Wa Kokanee ? In reply to
http://wdfw.wa.gov/...eekendr/weekendr.htm

Found this link that mentions a couple of lakes where there are some Kokanee.

I'm new here, but after a year I should know a lot more.

Good luck in your search.

Kevin




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Re: [petty4life] Wa Kokanee ? In reply to
WDFW only plants Kokanee in one lake that I could find and that is Merwin Res. in Lewis County.



EDIT:
My mistake, I was looking at the list of "catchable planters" and in reading further they plant kokanee fry in 41 lakes statewide. I did not see a list of those lakes...sorry.

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(This post was edited by lskiles on Jun 4, 2008, 7:54 AM)