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Little Twin Lake
Twelve miles east of Colville, northwest of the Little Pend Oreille chain, in the Colville National Forest at 3179 feet elevation. This lake opens the 4th Saturday in April and runs through October 31st. This lake has variously been called Spruce Lake, Big Twin Lake, Upper Twin Lake, and now Little Twin Lake. "Twin"� refers to the fact that it used to be two lakes: Spruce and Cedar. Cutthroat fry plants should produce good catches.

Fishing Prospects Calendar

 JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Westslope cutthroatNo OpportunityNo OpportunityNo OpportunityGood fishing - 2nd half of monthExcellent fishing - All monthExcellent fishing - All monthExcellent fishing - All monthExcellent fishing - All monthExcellent fishing - All monthExcellent fishing - All monthNo OpportunityNo Opportunity
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Fishing Expectation

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Type of Opportunity Full Month Full month 1st half of month only 1st half only 2nd half of month only 2nd half only No opportunity No opportunity

Lake Information

Stevens County
Lake Acreage: 49.0
Elevation: 3,723 feet
Eastside Washington

Lake Management Type
Trout emphasis

Sport Fishing Regulations & Seasons

Emergency Rule Updates
Fishing closures and openings happen constantly throughout the year. The E-Rules keep you up-to-date.


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Two-Pole Fishing Allowed

Access Sites / Boat Ramps on this Lake

Fish Plants & Stocking Reports