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Coastal Washington - Region 6
These are tentative numbers and subject to change. See the Weekly Catchable Trout Plant Reports for the most current information.

South Puget Sound / Coastal Washington - Region 6

2011 Catchable Trout Plants

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife hatchery staff will stock approximately 600,000 8 to 12 inches trout, 58,000 jumbo or broodstock tout, and approximately 2,000,000 fry and fingerling trout into 121 lakes, reservoirs, and ponds, for the 2011 fishing season.

Triploid Trout
There are 31 lakes and ponds throughout the Region that will be stocked with approximately 6,100 triploid rainbow trout averaging approximately 1 lbs each. These trout, purchased by the Department, are sterile and have the potential to grow to trophy size if abundant food is available, and if they are not harvested during the first season after being stocked. These fish are identified as TRB in the species column in the table below.

Trout Fry Plants
Over 2 million fry and fingerlings trout approximately 2- to 5- inch long are scheduled to be stocked into 55 lakes and ponds in the Region. Kokanee were stocked in 2009 for the 2011 fishery, while trout were stocked in 2010 for this year's catch. Fry are stocked in the spring and fall, where they feed and grow on natural food until the following spring when they are large enough to be harvested. The survival rate of fry varies depending on the lake. Western Washington lowland lakes depend primarily on catchable size trout plants because of relatively low fry survival. Where fry are stocked, the ones that survive supplement the catchable trout plants.

Always check the Washington Sport Fishing Rules for seasons, catch limits and gear restrictions
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Catchable Trout Plants by County
[Alphabetically, Hood Canal District (Jefferson, Kitsap and Mason counties) in separate section below]
2011 stocking plan for catchable, jumbo, and triploid trout into lakes in Region 6
County Lake Name Species Number
8-12 inches
Number 12 inches
or larger
Total
Stocked
Approximate time
to be stocked
Fry Plants
Clallam Carey Blake Pond RB   3,281 3,281 May  
Lincoln Park Pond RB 800 25 825 Apr.  
Lake Sutherland RB 10,000   10,000 Apr., May  
Wentworth Lake RB 3,000   3,000 Apr.  
Grays Harbor Aberdeen Lake RB 7,500 1,000 8,500 Apr., May  
TRB   122 122 Apr., May  
Duck Lake RB 7,830 200 8,030 Mar. - May  
Failor Lake RB 5,500 300 5,800 Apr., May  
TRB   159 159 Apr., May  
Noel Cole Pond RB   50 50 May  
Sylvia Lake RB 10,300 900 11,200 Mar. - Jun., Sep.  
TRB   119 119 Apr., May  
Vance Creek (Elma)
Juv. Pond#1
RB 6,050 150 6,200 Apr., May  
TRB   66 66 Apr., May  
Vance Creek (Elma)
Pond #2
RB 2,000 150 2,150 Apr., May  
Pacific Black Lake RB 6,000 1,000 7,000 Apr., May  
Cases Pond RB 3,900   3,900 Apr., May  
Loomis Pond RB 2,000   2,000 Apr.  
Mill Pond RB 400   400 Apr.  
Radar Hill Ponds RB 6,700   6,700 Apr. - Jun.  
Western Lake RB 2,700   2,700 Apr. - Jun.  
Pierce American Lake KO         400,000
RB 61,100   61,100 Mar 101,000
Bay Lake RB 9,933 387 10,320 Apr.  
Bonney Lake RB 680   680 Mar.  
Bradley Lake RB 6,000 1,700 7,700 Mar. - Jun., Fall  
TRB   100 100 May  
Carney Lake BT     0 Oct. 5,000
RB 3,157 123 3,280 Apr.  
Clear Lake KO         52,270
RB 11,935 500 12,435 Apr.  
TRB   200 200 Apr., May  
Crescent Lake RB 3,619 200 3,819 Apr.  
De Coursey Juvenile Pond RB          
Florence Lake BT       Oct. 5,000
RB 2,000 200 2,200 Apr.  
Harts Lake RB 3,000   3,000 Mar.  
Kapowsin Lake RB 20,000 250 20,250 Mar. - May  
TRB   90 90 Apr.  
Louise Lake RB 1,560   1,560 Mar.  
Ohop Lake RB 18,172 300 18,472 Apr.  
TRB   315 315 Apr., May  
Rapjohn Lake RB 4,312 250 4,562 Apr.  
TRB   100 100 May  
Silver Lake RB 30,000 300 30,300 Apr.  
TRB   100 100 May  
Spanaway Lake BT       Oct. 20,000
RB 4,000   4,000 Mar. 46,000
TRB   190 190 Apr.  
Steilacoom Lake RB 9,000   9,000 Mar., Apr.  
TRB   100 100 Apr.  
Surprise Lake RB         250
Tanwax Lake RB 25,000 100 25,100 Apr. 15,000
TRB   400 400 Apr., May  
Waughop Lake RB 880   880 Mar.  
Whitman Lake RB 1,200   1,200 Mar.  
Thurston Alder Reservoir KO         250,270
Black Lake RB 5,000 5,770 10,770 Apr., Oct.  
Clear Lake RB 13,494   13,494 Apr.  
KO       Jun 25,031
TRB   344 344 Apr., May  
Deep Lake RB 5,148 198 5,346 Apr.  
Hicks Lake RB 12,480 480 12,960 Apr.  
Lake Lawrence RB 15,000 500 15,500 Mar.,Apr.  
TRB   344 344 Apr., May  
Lake St. Clair BT       Oct 22,000
RB 8,000 3,250 11,250 Mar., Jun., Oct. 99,990
Long Lake RB 24,180 500 24,680 Apr.  
Long's Pond Juvenile RB 4,000 200 4,200 Apr., May  
TRB   295 295 Apr., May  
McIntosh Lake RB 9,048 348 9,396 Apr.  
TRB   196 196 Apr.  
Munn Lake RB 1,750 1,150 2,900 Mar., Apr., Jun., Oct.  
BT       Oct 3,000
Offutt Lake CT   1,250 1,250 Feb., Apr. 40,656
RB 12,500 3,500 16,000 Mar., Apr., Jun., Oct. 41,580
TRB   295 295 Apr., May  
Pattison Lake RB 13,535   13,535 Apr.  
Summit Lake KO         244,376
RB 30,000 1,300 31,300 Apr. 67,054
Ward Lake KO         26,842
RB 4,000 300 4,300 Apr. 7,659
TRB   275 275 Apr., May  
2011 stocking plan for catchable, jumbo, and triploid trout into lakes in Hood Canal District (Jefferson, Kitsap, Mason counties)
Kokanee fry stocked in 2009 and trout fry and fingerlings stocked in 2010 will also contribute to fisheries in 2011.
County Water Name Species Number
8-12 inches
Number
12 inches or larger
Total Stocked
> 8 inches
Approximate time
to be stocked
Stocked in 2010
Fingerlings Fry
Jefferson Anderson Lake RB       June   30,000
Devil's Lake CT       June   2,432
Gibbs Lake RB 2,110 40 2,150 April    
TRB   70 70 April    
RB 444 111 555 May    
RB   370 370 October    
Horseshoe Lake RB 650   650 April    
Leland Lake CT   300 300 March    
RB 5,658   5,658 April    
RB 1,490   1,490 May    
Ludlow Lake RB 780   780 April    
Sandy Shore Lake RB 2,097 75 2,172 April    
RB 796 109 905 May    
Silent Lake RB 460   460 April    
CT       May   2,534
RB       October 1,400  
Tarboo Lake RB 1,150 50 1,200 April    
CT       May   5,068
Teal Lake CT   60 60 March    
RB 768 60 828 April    
TRB   30 30 April    
RB 184 46 230 May    
CT       May   3,186
RB   153 153 October    
Kitsap Bainbridge Island Pond RB 300   300 April    
Buck Lake RB 970 20 990 April    
Erickson Pond CT       May   2,138
Horseshoe Lake RB 1,975 40 2,015 April    
RB 605   605 May    
Island Lake CT   200 200 March   2,252
RB 1,935   1,935 April    
RB 1,000   1,000 June    
Kitsap Lake RB   2,135 2,135 April    
TRB   493 493 May    
RB   3,000 3,000 October    
Koeneman Lake RB   100 100 April    
RB       October 1,920  
Mission Lake RB 5,073   5,073 April    
TRB   190 190 April    
RB 2,017 175 2,192 May    
Mission Lake Pond CT       May   500
CT       May   1,069
Panther Lake RB 5,996   5,996 April    
TRB   220 220 April    
RB 2,383 207 2,590 May    
RB       June   26,000
Pope Burn Pond CT       May   1,024
Ward's Pond CT       May   3,320
Wildcat Lake RB 6,045 100 6,145 April    
RB 2,790   2,790 May    
RB       June   13,200
RB       October 5,511  
Wye Lake RB 1,885 40 1,925 April    
Mason Aldrich Lake RB 480   480 April    
CT       May   2,063
Benson Lake RB 4,738   4,738 April    
TRB   170 170 April    
RB 1,881 164 2,045 May    
RB       June   16,500
RB       October 4,002  
Biser's Pond CT       May   1,592
Blacksmith Pond CT       May   478
Cady Lake RB   110 110 April    
RB 550   550 April    
RB   255 255 May    
CT       May   3,548
RB       October 1,000  
Devereaux Lake RB 4,930 90 5,020 April    
RB       June   20,000
KO       June   20,000
KO       October   5,000
Grass Lake CT       May   1,547
Haven Lake RB 4,080   4,080 April    
TRB   150 150 April    
RB 917   917 May    
Howell Lake RB 152 13 165 April    
RB 144   144 May    
CT       May   1,810
RB       October 1,049  
Isabella Lake RB       October 15,000  
Island Lake RB 4,420   4,420 April    
TRB   230 230 April    
RB 1,417 218 1,635 May    
RB       June   21,500
RB   1,100 1,100 October 8,004  
Jiggs Lake RB 430 10 440 April    
CT       May   2,425
Kokanee Lake RB 15,000   15,000 May    
RB   3,000 3,000 October    
Limerick Lake RB 6,450   6,450 April    
Lost Lake CT   405 405 March    
RB 4,769   4,769 April    
RB 1,581 243 1,824 May    
RB       June   24,453
KO       June   20,000
KO       October   5,000
RB   1,100 1,100 October 9,108  
Maggie Lake RB 1,115   1,115 April    
RB 335   335 May    
Mason Lake KO       June   125,000
Nahwatzel Lake RB   300 300 March/April    
RB   1,724 1,724 April    
RB   750 750 May    
RB   3,217 3,217 October    
Phillips Lake RB 6,454   6,454 April    
TRB   230 230 April    
RB 1,448 223 1,671 May    
RB       June   22,022
Robbins Lake RB 840   840 April    
RB 252   252 May    
CT       June   3,400
Shelby Pond N CT       May   591
Shelby Pond S CT       May   432
Shingle Mill Pond CT       May   387
Spencer Lake CT   907 907 March    
RB 11,685 220 11,905 April    
RB 4,848 662 5,510 May    
RB       June   63,635
RB   3,000 3,000 October 6,188  
Standstill Lake RB 300   300 April    
Stump Lake RB 2,000 50 2,050 April    
RB   300 300 May    
Tee Lake RB 1,920   1,920 April    
RB 576   576 May    
Tiger Lake RB 6,316   6,316 April    
TRB   230 230 April    
RB 2,509 218 2,727 May    
CT       May   6,027
RB       June   13,000
CT       June   15,015
Trails End Lake CT   300 300 March    
RB 3,036   3,036 April    
RB 1,110   1,110 May    
TRB   160 160 May    
RB       June   7,500
CT       June   9,570
RB       October 2,040  
Twin Lake RB 309   309 April    
CT       June   3,000
RB       October 1,504  
Wildberry Lake RB 150   150 April    
CT       May   1,955
RB       October 833  
Windship Pond CT       May   2,889
Wood Lake RB 200   200 April    
CT       May   2,172
RB       October 1,000  
Wooten Lake RB 4,038   4,038 April    
TRB   150 150 April    
RB 1,605 140 1,745 May    
RB       June   22,017