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PDFWAC 220-312-040

Freshwater exceptions to statewide rulesPuget Sound.

(1) Beaver ponds located within or adjacent to streams that drain into Puget Sound listed as open to trout and other game fish follow the same rules as the adjacent stream.
(2) County-wide freshwater exceptions to statewide rules:
(a) Beaver ponds in Kitsap County and Mason County on Tahuya Peninsula west of Belfair-Bremerton Highway (S.R. 3):
(i) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(ii) Trout: No minimum length.
(b) Beaver ponds in Kitsap County and Mason County east of Belfair-Bremerton Highway (S.R. 3):
(i) Open the first Saturday in June through October 31.
(ii) Trout: No minimum length.
(3) AKL Pond (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(4) Aldrich Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(5) Alexander Lake (Kitsap County): Closed waters.
(6) American Lake (Pierce County):
(a) Chumming is permissible.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Combined daily limit of trout and kokanee is 5, any length.
(7) Anderson Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(8) Armstrong Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(9) Bainbridge Island - All streams (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(10) Baker Lake (Whatcom County):
(a) Closed waters within a 200-foot radius around the pump discharge at the south end of the lake.
(b) Chumming is permissible.
(c) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(d) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Kokanee: Minimum length 8 inches and maximum length 18 inches.
(11) Baker River (Skagit/Whatcom County): From the mouth to the Lower Baker Dam: Closed waters.
(12) Ballinger Lake (Snohomish County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(13) Beaver Lake (Skagit County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(14) Beecher, Lake (Snohomish County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(15) Benson Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(16) Big Beaver Creek (Whatcom County), from 1/4 mile upstream of the closed water markers on Ross Lake upstream, including tributary streams and beaver ponds:
(a) Open July 1 through October 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(17) Big Beef Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) From Seabeck Highway Bridge to Lake Symington:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(iv) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(v) From August 1 through August 31: Closed waters within 100 feet of the Seabeck Highway N.W. Bridge.
(b) From Lake Symington upstream:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(18) Big Lake (Skagit County):
(a) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(b) Landlocked salmon rules.
(19) Big Mission Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(20) Big Quilcene River (Jefferson County):
(a) From the mouth to Rodgers Street: Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 15.
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(b) From Rodgers Street to the Highway 101 Bridge:
(i) From the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 15: Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(iii) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(iv) From August 16 through October 31:
(A) Night closure.
(B) Anti-snagging rules.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open August 16 through October 31.
(B) Daily limit 4 coho only; minimum length 12 inches.
(c) From the Highway 101 Bridge to the weir at Quilcene National Fish Hatchery: Closed waters.
(d) From the weir at Quilcene National Fish Hatchery to the upper boundary of Falls View campground:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(21) Big Soos Creek (King County): From the mouth to the hatchery rack:
(a) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(22) Black Lake (Thurston County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Crappie: Daily limit 10; minimum length 9 inches.
(23) Blackjack Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(24) Blacksmith Pond (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(25) Boise Creek (King County) (White River tributary): From the mouth to the Highway 410 crossing: Closed waters.
(26) Bosworth Lake (Snohomish County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(27) Boulder River (Snohomish County) (N.F. Stillaguamish River tributary): From the mouth to Boulder Falls:
(a) Open September 16 through October 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(28) Bradley Lake (Pierce County): Open to juvenile anglers, senior anglers, and anglers with a disability who possess a designated harvester companion card only.
(29) Buck Lake (Kitsap County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(30) Buffington Pond (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(31) Burley Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(32) Cady Lake (Mason County):
(a) Fly fishing only.
(b) Release all fish.
(c) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(33) Cain Lake (Whatcom County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(34) Calligan Lake (King County): It is unlawful to use lead weights or lead jigs that measure 1 1/2 inch or less along the longest axis.
(35) Campbell Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(36) Campbell Lake (Skagit County): Grass carp: No daily limit for anglers and bow and arrow fishing allowed.
(37) Canyon Creek (Snohomish County) (S.F. Stillaguamish River):
(a) From the mouth to the forks (North Fork and South Fork).
(i) Open September 16 through January 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(b) From the forks (North Fork and South Fork) upstream: Closed waters.
(38) Capitol Lake (Thurston County): Closed waters.
(39) Carbon River (Pierce County):
(a) From the mouth to Voight Creek:
(i) From September 1 through November 30:
(A) Night closure.
(B) Anti-snagging rules.
(C) Barbless hooks required.
(ii) Open September 1 through November 30.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Open December 1 through January 15:
(A) Selective gear rules.
(B) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open September 1 through October 15.
(B) Daily limit 6; up to 2 may be adults, minimum length 12 inches.
(C) Release wild Chinook and chum.
(b) From Voight Creek to the Highway 162 Bridge:
(i) Open from December 1 through January 15.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(40) Carney Lake (Pierce County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Salmon: Landlocked salmon rules.
(41) Carpenter Lake (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(42) Cascade Creek (San Juan County):
(a) From the mouth to Mountain Lake.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(43) Cascade Lake (San Juan County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(44) Cascade River (Skagit County):
(a) From the mouth to the Rockport-Cascade Road Bridge:
(i) Open June 1 through July 15: Thursday through Sundays only.
(A) Anti-snagging rules and night closure.
(B) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(I) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(II) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(C) Salmon: Daily limit 4 hatchery Chinook; up to 2 may be adults.
(I) Release all other salmon.
(II) Minimum length 12 inches.
(ii) Open September 16 through November 30: Thursdays through Sundays only.
(A) Salmon: Daily limit 4 coho.
(I) Release all other salmon.
(II) Minimum length 12 inches.
(B) Game fish: Statewide length/daily limit, except:
(I) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow: Minimum length 14 inches.
(II) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(iii) Open December 1 through January 31:
(A) Game fish: Statewide length/daily limit, except:
(I) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(II) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(B) Salmon: Closed.
(b) From the Rockport-Cascade Road Bridge upstream:
(i) Open June 1 through January 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(45) Cass Pond (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(46) Cavanaugh Lake (Skagit County): Chumming is permissible.
(47) Cedar River (King County):
(a) From the mouth to Landsburg Road:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Night closure.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(v) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(b) From Landsburg Bridge upstream to the falls: Closed waters.
(48) Chain Lake (Snohomish County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(ii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iv) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(v) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(49) Chambers Creek (Pierce County):
(a) From the mouth (Burlington Northern Bridge) to the markers 400 feet below the Boise-Cascade Dam:
(i) Selective gear rules, except bait is permissible September 1 through October 15.
(ii) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 15 for game fish.
(iii) Night closure.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open July 1 through November 15:
(B) Daily limit 6; up to 4 may be adults; minimum length 12 inches.
(C) Release chum and wild coho.
(b) From Boise-Cascade Dam to Steilacoom Lake:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Night closure.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(50) Chambers Lake (within Ft. Lewis Military Reservation) (Pierce County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(ii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iv) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(v) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(51) Channel Creek (Whatcom County) (Baker River tributary): Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(52) Chaplain Creek (Snohomish County) (Sultan River tributary): Waters adjacent to the water filtration plant, from the inlet to the beaver pond (Grass Lake) below the water filtration plant gate to the waterfall approximately .4 miles upstream: Closed waters.
(53) Cherry Creek (King/Snohomish County) (tributary to the Snoqualmie River): From the mouth to Cherry Creek Falls: Selective gear rules.
(54) Chico Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(55) Christine, Lake (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(56) Church Creek (Mason County): From the mouth to the bridge on U.S. Forest Service Road #2361: Closed waters.
(57) Clear Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(58) Clear Lake (Pierce County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Chumming is permissible.
(59) Clear Lake (Skagit County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(60) Clear Lake (Thurston County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(61) Clearwater River (Pierce County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(62) Clover Creek (Pierce County): From the mouth upstream to Steilacoom Lake: Closed waters.
(63) Cottage Creek South Pond (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(64) Cottage Lake (King County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(65) Coulter Creek (Kitsap/Mason counties):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(66) County Line Ponds (Skagit County): Closed waters.
(67) Crabapple Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(68) Cranberry Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(69) Cranberry Lake (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(70) Crescent Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(71) Crescent Lake (Pierce County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(72) Crocker Lake (Jefferson County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Closed to trout fishing.
(73) Cushman Lake (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Kokanee: Minimum length 8 inches and maximum length 18 inches.
(b) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(c) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(d) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(e) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(74) Dakota Creek (Whatcom County): From the mouth to Giles Road Bridge.
(a) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through December 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(75) De Coursey Pond (Pierce County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31 to juvenile anglers, senior anglers, and anglers with a disability who possess a designated harvester companion card only.
(76) Deer Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(77) Deer Creek (Snohomish/Skagit counties) (Tributary to the N.F. Stillaguamish) and all tributaries: Closed waters.
(78) Deer Lake (Island County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(79) Deer Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(80) Deschutes River (Thurston County): From Old Highway 99 Bridge upstream:
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish:
(i) Open year-round.
(ii) Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(c) Salmon:
(i) Open year-round.
(ii) Daily limit 6; up to 2 adults may be retained.
(iii) Release coho.
(81) Devereaux Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(82) Dewatto River (Mason County):
(a) From the mouth to Dewatto-Holly Road Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 15.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(B) No steelhead retention.
(b) From Dewatto-Holly Road Bridge upstream:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(83) Dogfish Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(84) Don Lake (also known as "Clara Lake") (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(85) Dosewallips River (Jefferson County):
(a) From the mouth to Highway 101 Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(iv) Salmon:
(A) Open November 1 through December 15.
(B) Limit 2 chum only.
(b) From Highway 101 Bridge to Olympic National Park boundary about three-quarters of a mile downstream of the falls:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(86) Duckabush River (Jefferson County):
(a) From the mouth to Mason County PUD #1 overhead distribution line:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(iv) Salmon:
(A) Open November 1 through December 15.
(B) Daily limit 2 chum only.
(b) From Mason County PUD #1 overhead distribution line to the Olympic National Park boundary:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(87) Echo Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(88) Eglon Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(89) Elson Creek (Thurston County): Closed waters.
(90) Erdman Lake (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(91) Erickson Pond (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(92) Erickson Reservoir (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(93) Erie Lake (Skagit County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(94) Fawn Lake (Upper and Lower) (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(95) Fazon Lake (Whatcom County): It is unlawful to fish from any floating device from the first Friday in October through January 27.
(96) Finch Creek (Mason County): Anglers with disabilities who permanently use a wheelchair and possess a designated harvester companion card may fish from the ADA accessible site at the Hoodsport Salmon Hatchery, so long as those anglers follow all applicable rules of the adjoining waters of Marine Area 12.
(97) Finney Creek (Skagit County): From the mouth up to the USFS 17 road bridge: Closed waters.
(98) Fisher Creek Slough (Skagit County): From the mouth to the I-5 Bridge: Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(99) Fortson Mill Pond #1 (Snohomish County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(100) Fortson Mill Pond #2 (Snohomish County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31 for juvenile anglers only.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(101) Fulton Creek (Mason County): From the mouth to falls at river mile 0.8:
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(102) Geneva Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(103) Gibbs Lake (Jefferson County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Trout: Daily limit 1; minimum length 18 inches.
(ii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iv) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(v) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(104) Gissberg Pond, North (Snohomish County): Open for juvenile anglers only.
(105) Goat Ranch Pond (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(106) Goldsborough Creek and tributaries (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(107) Goodwin Lake (Snohomish County): Chumming is permissible.
(108) Goss Lake (Island County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(109) Gorst Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(110) Grandy Lake (Skagit County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(111) Granite Lakes (near Marblemount) (Skagit County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release Grayling.
(112) Grass Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(113) Green (Duwamish) River (King County):
(a) From an east-west line extending through the southernmost tip of Harbor Island to Tukwila International Boulevard/Old Highway 99:
(i) Open for game fish the Saturday before Memorial Day through July 31.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iii) In years ending in odd numbers, open for game fish and salmon August 20 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Daily limit 6 salmon of which no more than 3 may be any combination of adult coho and adult chum.
(I) Release Chinook.
(II) Salmon minimum length 12 inches.
(III) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) In years ending in even numbers, open for game fish and salmon September 1 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Salmon: Daily limit 6 salmon of which no more than 3 adults may be retained. Release Chinook.
(D) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From Tukwila International Boulevard/Old Highway 99 to the South 212th Street Bridge:
(i) Open for game fish the Saturday before Memorial Day through July 31.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iii) In years ending in odd numbers: Open for salmon and game fish August 20 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Salmon: Daily limit 6 salmon of which no more than 3 may be any combination of adult coho and adult chum. Only 1 Chinook may be retained.
(D) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) In years ending in even numbers, open for game fish and salmon September 1 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Salmon: Daily limit 6; up to 3 adults may be retained, of which one may be a Chinook.
(D) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(c) From the South 212th Street Bridge to the Highway 18 Eastbound Bridge:
(i) Open for game fish the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 15.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iii) In years ending in odd numbers, open for game fish and salmon September 16 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Salmon: Daily limit 6 salmon of which no more than 3 may be any combination of adult coho and adult chum. Release Chinook.
(D) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) In years ending in even numbers, open for game fish and salmon October 1 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Salmon: Daily limit 6; up to 3 adults may be retained. Release Chinook.
(D) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(d) From Highway 18 Eastbound Bridge to the Auburn-Black Diamond Road Bridge: Closed waters.
(e) From the Auburn-Black Diamond Road Bridge to Tacoma Municipal Watershed Boundary Marker (1.3 miles downstream of Tacoma Headworks Dam):
(i) Closed waters within 150 feet of the mouth of Keta (Crisp) Creek.
(ii) Open for game fish the Saturday before Memorial Day through September 15.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Open for game fish and salmon November 1 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Daily limit 6; up to 3 may be any combination of adult coho and adult chum. Release Chinook.
(D) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(f) From Tacoma Municipal Watershed Boundary Marker (1.3 miles downstream of Tacoma Headworks Dam) to Friday Creek: Closed waters.
(114) Greenwater River (King County): From the mouth to Greenwater Lakes:
(a) Open December 1 through last day in February for whitefish only.
(b) Whitefish gear rules.
(115) Grovers Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(116) Hamma Hamma River (Mason County): From the mouth to 400 feet below the falls:
(a) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(117) Hancock Lake (King County): It is unlawful to use lead weights or lead jigs that measure 1 1/2 inch or less along the longest axis.
(118) Harvey Creek (Snohomish County): Closed waters.
(119) Haven Lake (Mason County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(120) Heart Lake (near Anacortes) (Skagit County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(121) Heins Lake (Kitsap County): Closed waters.
(122) Hicks Lake (Thurston County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(123) Horseshoe Lake (Jefferson County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: Daily limit 1; minimum length 18 inches.
(124) Horseshoe Lake (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(125) Horseshoe Lake (Kitsap County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(126) Howard Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(127) Howell Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(128) Hozomeen Lake (Whatcom County): It is unlawful to use lead weights or lead jigs that measure 1 1/2 inch or less along the longest axis.
(129) Illahee Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(130) Isabella Lake (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(131) Issaquah Creek (King County): Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(132) Jackson Lake (Pierce County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(133) Jennings Park Pond (Snohomish County): Open for juvenile anglers, senior anglers and anglers with a disability who possess a designated harvester companion card.
(134) Jimmy-come-lately Creek (Clallam County): From the mouth to the confluence with East Fork. Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(135) Johns Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(136) Joy, Lake (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(137) Kapowsin, Lake (Pierce County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(138) Keefe Lake (Whatcom County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(139) Kendall Creek (Whatcom County) (N.F. Nooksack tributary): From the mouth through the hatchery to the hatchery boundary fence: Closed waters.
(140) Kennedy Creek (Mason County):
(a) From the mouth to Highway 101 Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through the last day in February.
(ii) October 1 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(iv) Salmon:
(A) Open October 1 through November 30.
(B) Daily limit 6; no more than 2 adults may be retained.
(C) Release wild coho.
(b) From Highway 101 Bridge upstream:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through October 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(iv) October 1 through October 31: Night closure.
(141) Ki Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(142) Kings Lake Bog (King County): Closed waters.
(143) Kitsap Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(144) Kitsap Lake (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(145) Koeneman Lake (Fern Lake) (Kitsap County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(d) Release all fish.
(146) Langlois Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(147) Larsen Lake (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(148) LeBar Creek (Mason County): From the mouth to the falls at river mile 1: Closed waters.
(149) Lilliwaup River (Mason County): From the mouth to 200 feet below the falls:
(a) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(150) Limerick Lake (Mason County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(151) Little Menzel Lake (Snohomish County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(152) Little Quilcene River (Jefferson County): From the mouth to the Little Quilcene River Bridge on Penny Creek Road:
(a) From the mouth to the Highway 101 Bridge: Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(153) Little Scandia Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(154) Lois Lakes (Thurston County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(155) Lone Lake (Island County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Trout: Daily limit 1; minimum length 18 inches.
(ii) Grass carp: No limit for anglers and bow and arrow fishing.
(156) Long Lake (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(157) Long's Pond (Thurston County): Open for juvenile anglers, senior anglers and anglers with a disability who possess a designated harvester companion card only.
(158) Maggie Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(159) Malaney Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(160) Margaret Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(161) Martha Lake (Alderwood Manor) (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(162) Martha Lake (Warm Beach) (Snohomish County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(163) Mashel River (Pierce County): Closed waters.
(164) Mason Lake (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(165) McAllister Creek (Thurston County):
(a) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(c) Salmon:
(i) Open July 1 through November 15.
(ii) Daily limit 6; up to 2 may be adults.
(iii) Release chum, wild coho, and wild Chinook.
(166) McLane Creek (Thurston County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(c) Night closure.
(167) McMurray Lake (Skagit County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(c) Landlocked salmon rules.
(168) Melbourne Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(169) Mill Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(170) Mill Pond (Auburn) (King County): Open for juvenile anglers, senior anglers, and anglers with a disability who possess a designated harvester companion card only.
(171) Millers Pond (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(172) Minter Creek (Pierce/Kitsap counties): From the mouth to the fishing boundary markers approximately 50 feet downstream of the hatchery rack:
(a) Open for salmon September 16 through December 31.
(b) Night closure.
(c) Anti-snagging rule.
(d) Daily limit 6; up to 4 adults may be retained of which only 2 may be coho or Chinook. Release wild coho and wild Chinook.
(173) Mission Lake (Kitsap County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(174) Mission Lower Pond (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(175) Monte Cristo Lake (Snohomish County):
(a) Open June 1 through August 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(176) Muck Lake (Pierce County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(177) Mud Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(178) Munn Lake (Thurston County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(c) Release all fish.
(179) Nisqually River (Pierce County):
(a) From the mouth to Military Tank Crossing Bridge:
(i) Anti-snagging rules.
(ii) Night closure.
(iii) Barbless hooks are required.
(iv) Open July 1 through November 15. During the months of August and October: Closed Sundays and Mondays.
(v) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(vi) Salmon:
(A) Daily limit 6; up to 2 adults may be retained.
(B) Release chum, wild coho, and wild Chinook.
(b) From Military Tank Crossing Bridge to 400 feet below La Grande Powerhouse:
(i) Open July 1 through October 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(180) Nisqually River tributaries downstream of Alder Dam not otherwise listed (Pierce County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(181) Nooksack River (Whatcom County):
(a) From the Lummi Indian Reservation boundary to the yellow marker at the FFA High School barn at Deming:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) From the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Salmon:
(A) Open September 1 through September 30:
(I) Daily limit 2; plus 2 additional hatchery coho.
(II) Release chum and wild Chinook.
(B) Open October 1 through December 31:
(I) Daily limit 2; plus 2 additional hatchery coho.
(II) Release chum.
(b) From the yellow marker at the FFA High School barn in Deming to the confluence of the forks:
(i) Open from October 1 through January 31.
(ii) October 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Salmon:
(A) Open October 1 through December 31:
(B) Daily limit 2; plus 2 additional hatchery coho.
(C) Release chum.
(182) Nooksack River, North Fork (Whatcom County):
(a) From the mouth to the Highway 9 bridge: Closed waters.
(b) From the Highway 9 bridge to the yellow marker at the upstream side of Kendall Hatchery:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through February 15.
(ii) The Saturday before Memorial Day through April 30 and July 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) November 1 through February 15: It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with a motor.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open October 1 through November 30.
(B) Daily limit 2; plus 2 additional hatchery coho.
(C) Release chum.
(c) From the yellow marker at the upstream side of Kendall Hatchery to Maple Creek:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through February 15.
(ii) From the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) November 1 through February 15: It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with a motor.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open October 1 through November 30.
(B) Daily limit 2; plus 2 additional hatchery coho.
(C) Release chum.
(d) From Maple Creek to Nooksack Falls:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) November 1 through January 31: It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with a motor.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(183) Nooksack River, Middle Fork (Whatcom County): From the mouth to the city of Bellingham diversion dam:
(a) November 1 through January 31: It is unlawful to use motors.
(b) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(c) Selective gear rules.
(d) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(184) Nooksack River, South Fork (Skagit/Whatcom counties):
(a) From the mouth to Skookum Creek:
(i) Open October 1 through January 31.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iii) Only one single-point hook allowed.
(iv) From October 1 through November 30: Night closure.
(v) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(vi) Salmon:
(A) Open October 1 through October 15:
(I) Daily limit 2; plus 4 additional hatchery coho.
(II) Release chum and wild Chinook.
(B) Open October 16 through December 31:
(I) Daily limit 2; plus 4 additional hatchery coho.
(II) Release chum.
(b) From Skookum Creek upstream to Wanlick Creek: Closed waters.
(c) Upstream from and including Wanlick Creek, including all tributaries:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through October 31 for fly fishing only.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(185) North Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(186) Northern State Hospital Pond (Skagit County): Open for juvenile anglers only.
(187) Ohop Lake (Pierce County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(188) Olalla Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(189) Old Fishing Hole Pond (Kent, King County): Open to juvenile anglers, senior anglers, and anglers with a disability who possess a designated harvester companion card.
(190) Osborne Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(191) Padden Lake (Whatcom County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(192) Panther Lake (Kitsap/Mason counties): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(193) Panther Lake (Snohomish County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(194) Pass Lake (Skagit County):
(a) Fly fishing only.
(b) All motors prohibited.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release all trout.
(195) Perry Creek (Thurston County): From the mouth to the falls:
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(196) Phillips Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(197) Pilchuck Creek (Snohomish County):
(a) From the mouth to the Highway 9 Bridge:
(i) Open September 1 through January 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From the Highway 9 Bridge to Pilchuck Falls:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) From the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30; selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(198) Pilchuck River (Snohomish County):
(a) From the mouth to 500 feet downstream from the Snohomish City diversion dam:
(i) Open from December 1 through January 31.
(ii) It is unlawful to fish from any floating device.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From 500 feet downstream from the Snohomish City diversion dam upstream: Closed waters.
(199) Pine Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(200) Pioneer Ponds (tributary to Stillaguamish River) (Snohomish County): Closed waters.
(201) Pipers Creek (King County) and tributaries: Closed waters.
(202) Portage Creek (Snohomish County): Closed waters.
(203) Prices Lake (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(c) Release all fish.
(204) Puyallup River (Pierce County):
(a) From the 11th Street Bridge to East Main Bridge:
(i) From August 15 through August 31 all waters closed Sundays.
(ii) From September 1 through September 30 all waters closed Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays.
(iii) August 15 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Barbless hooks are required.
(iv) Open for game fish August 15 through December 31.
(v) Game fish: statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(vi) Salmon: Open August 15 through September 30.
(A) Daily limit 6; up to 2 adults may be retained.
(B) Release chum and wild Chinook.
(b) From East Main Bridge to Carbon River:
(i) August 15 through December 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Barbless hooks are required.
(ii) Game fish:
(A) Open August 15 through December 31.
(B) Statewide minimum length/daily limit except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(iii) Salmon:
(A) Open August 15 through September 30.
(B) Daily limit 6; up to 2 adults may be retained.
(C) Release chum and wild Chinook.
(c) From Carbon River upstream:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 15.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(205) Raging River (King County): From the mouth to the Highway 18 Bridge:
(a) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(206) Rapjohn Lake (Pierce County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(207) Rattlesnake Lake (King County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(208) Ravensdale Lake (King County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(ii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iv) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(v) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(209) Riley Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(210) Robbins Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(211) Rocky Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat and wild rainbow trout.
(212) Roesiger Lake (Snohomish County): Game fish: statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Crappie: Daily limit 10; minimum length 9 inches.
(213) Ross Lake (Reservoir) (Whatcom County):
(a) Open July 1 through October 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Trout except eastern brook trout: Daily limit 1; minimum length 16 inches.
(ii) Eastern brook trout: Daily limit 5; no minimum size.
(214) Ross Lake tributary streams, and their tributaries, except Big Beaver Creek and Ruby Creek (Whatcom County):
(a) From mouth to one mile upstream: Closed waters.
(b) From one mile above the mouths to the headwaters: Open July 1 through October 31.
(215) Ruby Creek (Whatcom County): Closed waters.
(216) Ruby Creek tributaries (Whatcom County): Open July 1 through October 31.
(217) Salmon Creek and all forks (Jefferson/Clallam counties): Closed waters.
(218) Salmonberry Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(219) Samish Lake (Whatcom County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Cutthroat trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(b) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(c) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(d) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(e) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(220) Samish River (Skagit County):
(a) From the mouth to the Thomas Road Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iii) August 1 through November 30:
(A) Night closure.
(B) It is unlawful to use anything other than one single-point hook.
(iv) December 1 through December 31: Selective gear rules.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open August 1 through September 13.
(B) Daily limit 2; anglers may only retain fish hooked inside the mouth.
(C) Release chum and wild coho.
(b) From Thomas Road Bridge to the I-5 Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iii) August 1 through November 30:
(A) Night closure.
(B) It is unlawful to use anything other than one single-point hook.
(iv) December 1 through December 31: Selective gear rules.
(c) From the I-5 Bridge to the Old Highway 99 Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 30.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(d) From the Old Highway 99 Bridge to the Samish hatchery salmon rack: Closed waters.
(e) From upstream of the Samish hatchery rack to Hickson Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(221) Sammamish Lake (King County):
(a) Closed waters within 100 yards of the mouth of Issaquah Creek August 16 through November 30.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Release all kokanee.
(ii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iv) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(v) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(c) December 1 through June 30: Release all steelhead and rainbow trout over 20 inches in length.
(d) Landlocked salmon rules apply for December 1 through May 31. Hatchery coho only may be retained as part of the trout daily limit under the landlocked salmon rules, minimum length 12 inches.
(e) Open for salmon from October 1 through November 30.
(i) Salmon: Daily limit 4 coho only.
(ii) Release Chinook and sockeye.
(222) Sammamish River (Slough) (King County): From the 68th Avenue N.E. Bridge to Lake Sammamish:
(a) Open from January 1 through August 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(223) Sandyshore Lake (Jefferson County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(224) Sauk River (Skagit/Snohomish counties):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(c) From the mouth to Darrington Bridge:
(i) Open June 1 through January 31.
(ii) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(d) From Darrington Bridge to the mouth of the White Chuck River: Open June 1 through January 31.
(e) From the Whitechuck River to the headwaters, including the North Fork from mouth to North Forks Falls and the South Fork from mouth to Elliot Creek: Open June 1 through October 31.
(f) In the South Fork upstream from Elliot Creek: Open June 1 through August 31.
(225) Sawyer Lake (King County):
(a) Chumming is permissible.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(226) Schneider Creek (Thurston County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(227) Serene Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(228) Shady Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(229) Shannon, Lake (Skagit County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Chumming is permissible.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Kokanee: Minimum length 8 inches.
(230) Shelton Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(231) Sherwood Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(232) Sherwood Creek Mill Pond (Mason County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(b) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(c) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(d) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(e) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(233) Shoe Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(234) Silent Lake (Jefferson County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(235) Silver Lake (Pierce County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(236) Silver Lake (Whatcom County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(237) Sixteen Lake (Skagit County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(238) Skagit River (Skagit/Whatcom counties):
(a) From the mouth to the Memorial Highway Bridge (Highway 536 at Mt. Vernon):
(i) Open March 1 through January 31.
(ii) March 1 through August 31:
(A) Selective gear rule except anglers fishing for sturgeon must use bait.
(B) It is unlawful to use hooks other than those measuring 1/2 inch or less from point to shank, except anglers fishing for sturgeon may use single-point barbless hooks of any size.
(iii) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Dolly Varden/Bull Trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open September 1 through October 31.
(B) Daily limit 2 salmon, release Chinook and chum.
(b) From Memorial Highway Bridge (Highway 536 at Mt. Vernon) upstream to Gilligan Creek:
(i) Open June 1 through January 31.
(ii) June 1 through August 31.
(A) Selective gear rules except for sturgeon.
(B) It is unlawful to use hooks other than those measuring 1/2 inch or less from point to shank, except anglers fishing for sturgeon may use single-point barbless hooks of any size.
(iii) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Dolly Varden/Bull Trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(v) Salmon: Open September 1 through October 31.
(A) Daily limit 2 salmon.
(B) Release Chinook and chum.
(c) From Gilligan Creek to The Dalles Bridge at Concrete:
(i) Open June 1 through January 31.
(ii) June 1 through August 31:
(A) Selective gear rules.
(B) It is unlawful to use hooks other than those measuring 1/2 inch or less from point to shank.
(C) Night closure.
(iii) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Dolly Varden/Bull Trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(v) Salmon: Open September 1 through October 31.
(A) Daily limit 2 salmon.
(B) Release Chinook and chum.
(d) From The Dalles Bridge at Concrete to the Highway 530 Bridge at Rockport:
(i) Open June 1 through January 31.
(ii) June 1 through August 31: Closed waters between a line projected across the thread of the river 200 feet above the east bank of the Baker River to a line projected across the thread of the river 200 feet below the west bank of the Baker River.
(iii) June 1 through August 31:
(A) Night closure.
(B) Selective gear rules.
(C) It is unlawful to use hooks other than those measuring 1/2 inch or less from point to shank.
(iv) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(v) Dolly Varden/Bull Trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(vi) Salmon: Open September 1 through October 31.
(A) Daily limit 2 salmon.
(B) Release Chinook and chum.
(e) From the Highway 530 Bridge at Rockport to the Cascade River Road (Marblemount Bridge):
(i) Open June 1 through January 31:
(A) June 1 through July 15; anti-snagging rules.
(B) June 1 through July 15; night closure.
(C) July 16 through August 31: Selective gear rules and it is unlawful to use hooks other than those measuring 1/2 inch or less from point to shank.
(ii) Salmon:
(A) Open June 1 through July 15: Daily limit 4 hatchery Chinook only; up to 2 may be adults.
(B) Open September 1 through October 31: Daily limit 2; release Chinook and chum.
(f) From Cascade River Road to the Gorge Powerhouse:
(i) Open June 1 through January 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(iv) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(239) Skokomish River (Mason County):
(a) From the mouth to the city of Tacoma PUD overhead distribution lines: Closed waters.
(b) From the city of Tacoma PUD overhead distribution lines to the Bonneville Transmission lines west of Highway 101: Closed waters.
(c) From the Bonneville Transmission lines west of Highway 101 to the forks:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release steelhead, cutthroat trout, and wild rainbow trout.
(240) Skokomish River, North Fork (Mason County):
(a) From the mouth to the lower dam:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release steelhead, cutthroat trout, and wild rainbow trout.
(b) Above Lake Cushman, from the mouth to Olympic National Park boundary:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Release all fish.
(241) Skokomish River, South Fork (Mason County):
(a) From the mouth to the mouth of LeBar Creek:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release steelhead, cutthroat trout, and wild rainbow trout.
(b) From LeBar Creek to Rule Creek: Closed waters.
(242) Skookum Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(243) Skykomish River (Snohomish County):
(a) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(ii) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(b) From the mouth to the mouth of Wallace River:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) From August 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) From November 1 through January 31: It is unlawful to fish from any floating device from the boat ramp below Lewis Street Bridge at Monroe downstream 2,500 feet.
(iv) Salmon: Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through July 31: Daily limit 4 hatchery Chinook; up to 2 may be adults.
(c) From the mouth of the Wallace River to the forks:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through February 15.
(ii) August 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) From the Saturday before Memorial Day through February 15: It is unlawful to fish from any floating device in the area 1,500 feet upstream and 1,000 feet downstream of the outlet at Reiter Ponds.
(244) Skykomish River, North Fork (Snohomish County):
(a) From the mouth to 1,000 feet downstream of Bear Creek Falls:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(b) From 1000 feet downstream of Bear Creek Falls to Deer Falls and all tributaries: Closed waters.
(245) Skykomish River, South Fork (King/Snohomish counties):
(a) From the mouth to 600 feet downstream from the Sunset Falls fishway:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) From August 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From 600 feet downstream of Sunset Falls fishway to Sunset Falls: Closed waters.
(c) From Sunset Falls to the source:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through the last day in February.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(d) All tributaries and their tributaries above Sunset Falls:
(i) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(246) Snohomish River (Snohomish County):
(a) From the Burlington-Northern Railroad bridges to Highway 9 Bridge, including all channels, sloughs, and interconnected waterways, but excluding all tributaries:
(i) Sturgeon catch and release is permissible year-round.
(ii) August 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules; except anglers fishing for sturgeon may use single-point barbless hooks of any size.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(B) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(b) From the Highway 9 Bridge to the confluence of the Skykomish and Snoqualmie rivers and all channels:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) August 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(B) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(247) Snoqualmie River (King County):
(a) From the mouth to Snoqualmie Falls:
(i) From the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30: Selective gear rules.
(ii) From September 1 through November 30: Night closure.
(iii) From the mouth to the boat ramp at the Plum access: Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(iv) From the boat ramp at the Plum access to the falls: Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through February 15.
(v) From November 1 through February 15: It is unlawful to fish from any floating device in the waters from the boat ramp at the Plum access to the mouth of Tokul Creek (about 1/4 mile).
(vi) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From Snoqualmie Falls upstream, including the North Fork, South Fork, all tributaries except Middle Fork and tributaries to the Middle Fork:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(iii) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through October 31.
(iv) Open November 1 through the Friday before Memorial Day: Release all fish.
(c) Middle Fork from the mouth to the source, including all tributaries:
(i) Open year-round.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(iv) Release all fish.
(248) South Prairie Creek (Pierce County): From the mouth to the city of Buckley diversion dam: Closed waters.
(249) Spada Lake (Reservoir) (Snohomish County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(d) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: Daily limit 5; maximum length 12 inches.
(250) Spada Lake (Reservoir) tributaries (Snohomish County): Closed waters.
(251) Spanaway Lake and Spanaway Lake outlet downstream to the dam (approximately 800 feet) (Pierce County): Open year-round.
(252) Sprague Pond (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(253) Squalicum Lake (Whatcom County):
(a) Fly fishing only.
(b) All motors prohibited.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: Daily limit 2; minimum length 14 inches.
(254) Squire Creek (Snohomish County) (N.F. Stillaguamish River tributary):
(a) Open September 16 through October 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(255) Steel Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(256) Stetattle Creek (Whatcom County): From the mouth to Bucket Creek: Closed waters.
(257) Stevens, Lake (Snohomish County):
(a) Chumming is permissible.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(ii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iii) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(iv) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(258) Steilacoom Lake (Pierce County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(259) Steves Lake (Stevens Lake) (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(260) Stickney Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(261) Stillaguamish River (Snohomish County):
(a) From the mouth to Marine Drive, including all sloughs:
(i) Open year-round.
(ii) Night closure.
(iii) From August 1 through November 30: Anti-snagging rules, except anglers fishing for sturgeon may use single-point barbless hooks of any size.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From Marine Drive to the forks:
(i) From the barrier dam (downstream of I-5) downstream 200 feet: Closed waters.
(ii) Open September 1 through November 15.
(A) Selective gear rules.
(B) Night closure.
(C) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(iii) Open from December 1 through January 31. Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iv) Salmon:
(A) Open September 1 through November 15.
(B) Daily limit 2 coho salmon only.
(262) Stillaguamish River, North Fork (Snohomish County):
(a) From the North Fork mouth to the mouth of French Creek:
(i) It is unlawful to fish from any floating device upstream of the Highway 530 Bridge at mile post 28.8 (Cicero Bridge).
(ii) It is unlawful to fish from any floating device equipped with a motor downstream from the Highway 530 Bridge.
(iii) Open the September 16 through November 30:
(A) Fly fishing only.
(B) From September 16 through November 30; night closure.
(C) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(iv) Open from December 1 through January 31. Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From the mouth of French Creek to Swede Heaven Bridge:
(i) From September 16 through November 30:
(A) Night closure.
(B) Anti-snagging rules.
(ii) Open September 16 through November 30:
(A) Fly fishing only.
(B) Release all fish except hatchery steelhead.
(iii) Open from December 1 through February 15. Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(c) From Swede Heaven Bridge to North Forks Falls approximately one mile upstream of Cascade Creek:
(i) Open September 16 through November 30.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(263) Stillaguamish River, South Fork (Snohomish County):
(a) From the mouth to 400 feet downstream of the outlet to Granite Falls fishway:
(i) Open September 16 through January 31.
(ii) From September 16 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From 400 feet below the Granite Falls Fishway to the Mountain Loop Highway Bridge above Granite Falls: Closed waters.
(c) From the Mountain Loop Highway Bridge above Granite Falls upstream to the source:
(i) Open Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30.
(ii) From August 1 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(264) Stitch Lake (Snohomish County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(265) Storm Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(266) Suiattle River (Skagit/Snohomish County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of trout limit.
(267) Sultan River (Snohomish County): From the mouth to a point 400 feet downstream from the diversion dam at river mile 9.7:
(a) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(ii) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(268) Sultan River; North Fork (Snohomish County): Closed waters.
(269) Sultan River; South Fork (Snohomish County): Closed waters.
(270) Summit Lake (Thurston County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(271) Sunset Lake (Whatcom County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(272) Susan Lake (Thurston County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Release all fish.
(273) Swan's Mill Pond (Stossel Creek) (King County): Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through October 31.
(274) Symington Lake (Kitsap County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(ii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iv) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(v) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(275) Tahuya Lake (Kitsap County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(276) Tahuya River (Mason County):
(a) From the mouth to the Belfair Tahuya Road Bridge:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 15.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(b) From the Belfair Tahuya Road Bridge upstream: Selective gear rules.
(277) Tanwax Lake (Pierce County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Crappie: Daily limit 10; minimum length 9 inches.
(278) Tapps Lake (Reservoir) and Tapps Lake (Reservoir) intake canal (Pierce County), to within 400 feet of the screen at Dingle Basin: Open year-round.
(279) Tarboo Creek (Jefferson County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(280) Tarboo Lake (Jefferson County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(281) Teal Lake (Jefferson County):
(a) It is unlawful to fish from a floating device equipped with an internal combustion motor.
(b) Selective gear rules.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: Daily limit 1; minimum length 18 inches.
(282) Tenas Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(283) Tennant Lake (Whatcom County): It is unlawful to fish from any floating device from the first Friday in October through January 27.
(284) Terrell, Lake (Whatcom County): It is unlawful to fish from any floating device from the first Saturday after Labor Day through the following Friday and from October 1 through January 31, except fishing from a floating dock is permissible.
(285) Thornton Creek (Whatcom County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout: No daily limit; no minimum length.
(286) Thornton Lake, lower (Whatcom County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout: No daily limit; no minimum length.
(287) Tiger Lake (Kitsap/Mason counties): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(288) Toad Lake (Whatcom County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(289) Tokul Creek (King County) (Snoqualmie River tributary):
(a) From the mouth to the Fish Hatchery Road Bridge:
(i) Open December 1 through February 15, except closed waters from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
(ii) Anti-snagging rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From Fish Hatchery Road Bridge to the posted boundary marker located downstream of the diversion dam:
(i) Open January 15 through February 15, except closed waters from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
(ii) Anti-snagging rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(c) From the posted boundary marker downstream of the diversion dam to Tokul Road S.E.: Closed waters.
(290) Tolt River (King County):
(a) From the mouth to the USGS trolley cable near the confluence of the North and South Forks:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through January 31.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(b) From the USGS trolley cable just below the confluence of the North Fork and South Forks to the forks: Closed waters.
(291) Tolt River, North Fork (King County):
(a) From the mouth upstream to the falls approximately 1/3 miles above the Northeast North Fork Road Bridge (Pipeline Bridge): Closed waters.
(b) From the falls approximately 1/3 mile above the Northeast North Fork Road Bridge (Pipeline Bridge) upstream, including all tributaries:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Release all fish.
(292) Tolt River, South Fork (King County): From the mouth upstream to the dam: Closed waters.
(293) U Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(294) Uncle John Creek (Mason County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(295) Union River (Mason County):
(a) From the mouth to the lower bridge on Old Belfair Highway:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through August 15.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout.
(b) From the lower bridge on Old Belfair Highway upstream:
(i) Selective gear rules.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(296) Vogler Lake (Skagit County):
(a) Fly fishing only.
(b) Release all fish.
(297) Wagners Lake (Snohomish County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(298) Walker Lake (King County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(299) Wallace River (Snohomish County):
(a) From the mouth to 363rd Ave. S.E./Reece Rd:
(i) Open from the Saturday before Memorial Day through February 15.
(ii) From the Saturday before Memorial Day through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) From November 1 through February 15: It is unlawful to fish from any floating device.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(B) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open September 16 through November 30.
(B) Daily limit 1 hatchery coho only.
(b) From 363rd Avenue S.E./Reece Road to 200 feet downstream of the water intake of the salmon hatchery:
(i) Open September 16 through February 15.
(ii) September 16 through November 30:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(iii) November 1 through February 15: It is unlawful to fish from any floating device.
(iv) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(B) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(v) Salmon:
(A) Open September 16 through November 30.
(B) Daily limit 1 hatchery coho only.
(c) From 200 feet downstream of the water intake to 200 feet upstream of the water intake: Closed waters when the hatchery weir is in operation.
(d) From 200 feet upstream of the water intake of the salmon hatchery to Wallace Falls:
(i) Open November 1 through January 31.
(ii) It is unlawful to fish from any floating device.
(iii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(B) Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(300) Walsh Lake (King County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(301) Wapato Lake (Pierce County): Open to juvenile anglers, senior anglers and anglers with a disability who possess a designated harvester companion card.
(302) Washington Lake, including that portion of the Sammamish River from the 68th Avenue N.E. Bridge downstream and Mercer slough (King County):
(a) Open year-round.
(b) Chumming is permissible.
(c) From July 1 through November 30: Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Kokanee: Daily limit 5; minimum length 8 inches; maximum length 18 inches.
(ii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iii) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(iv) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(v) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(d) December 1 through the last day in February:
(i) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release steelhead and rainbow trout over 20 inches in length.
(ii) Kokanee: Daily limit 5; minimum length 8 inches; maximum length 18 inches.
(iii) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(iv) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(v) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(vi) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(e) March 1 through June 30: Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(i) Kokanee: Daily limit 5; minimum length 8 inches; maximum length 18 inches.
(ii) Trout: Minimum length 12 inches.
(iii) Release steelhead and rainbow trout over 20 inches in length.
(iv) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(v) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(vi) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(vii) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(f) Salmon:
(i) Open September 16 through October 31 north of Highway 520 Bridge and east of Montlake Bridge.
(ii) Daily limit 4 coho only.
(303) Washington Lake, Ship Canal (King County) (waters east of a north-south line 400 feet west of the fish ladder at the Chittenden Locks and west of a north-south line at the eastern ends of the concrete abutments east of the Montlake Bridge):
(a) East of the Fremont Bridge: Chumming is permissible.
(b) From the west boundary to a north-south line 400 feet east of the eastern end of the northern wing wall of Chittenden Locks: Closed waters.
(c) From 400 feet east of the eastern end of the northern wing wall of Chittenden Locks to the east boundary:
(i) From July 1 through November 30: Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Kokanee: Daily limit 5; minimum length 8 inches; maximum length 18 inches.
(B) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(C) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(D) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(E) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(ii) From December 1 through the last day in February: Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Release steelhead and rainbow trout over 20 inches in length.
(B) Kokanee: Daily limit 5; minimum length 8 inches; maximum length 18 inches.
(C) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(D) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(E) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(F) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(iii) March 1 through June 30: Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(A) Kokanee: Daily limit 5; minimum length 8 inches; maximum length 18 inches.
(B) Trout: Minimum length 12 inches.
(C) Release steelhead and rainbow trout over 20 inches in length.
(D) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(E) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(F) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(G) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(304) Whatcom Creek (Whatcom County):
(a) From the mouth to the markers below the footbridge below Dupont Street in Bellingham:
(i) Open the Saturday before Memorial Day through July 31.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(iii) Anglers fishing lawfully within 50 yards of the Bellingham Technical College Hatchery Collection Tube and on the hatchery side of the creek that hook and land chum salmon may remove those chum salmon from the water and immediately place them unharmed into the Hatchery Collection Tube.
(b) From the markers below the footbridge below Dupont Street in Bellingham to the footbridge below Dupont Street: Closed waters.
(c) From the footbridge below Dupont Street in Bellingham to the stone bridge at Whatcom Falls Park:
(i) August 1 through October 31:
(A) Anti-snagging rules.
(B) Night closure.
(ii) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(d) From the stone bridge at Whatcom Falls Park upstream to Lake Whatcom: Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31 for juvenile anglers only.
(e) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Trout: No minimum length.
(305) Whatcom, Lake (Whatcom County):
(a) The waters between the Electric Avenue Bridge and the outlet dam: Closed waters.
(b) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(c) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Release all cutthroat trout.
(306) Whatcom, Lake, tributaries (Whatcom County): Closed waters.
(307) White (Stuck) River (Pierce County):
(a) From October 1 through October 31:
(i) Night closure.
(ii) Selective gear rules.
(b) Release all fish.
(c) Cascade Water Alliance canal, including the screen bypass channel above the screen at Dingle Basin: Closed waters.
(d) Whitefish: Open December 1 through the last day in February: Whitefish gear rules.
(308) White Chuck River (Snohomish County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Dolly Varden/Bull trout: Minimum length of 20 inches as part of the trout limit.
(309) Wildcat Creek (Kitsap County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(310) Wildcat Lake (Kitsap County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(311) Wilderness Lake (King County):
(a) Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(b) Landlocked salmon rules.
(312) Wilkeson Creek (Pierce County) (South Prairie Creek tributary): From the mouth to the confluence with Gale Creek: Closed waters.
(313) Woodard Creek (Thurston County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(314) Wood Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
(315) Woodland Creek (Thurston County):
(a) Selective gear rules.
(b) Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except: Cutthroat trout and wild rainbow trout: Minimum length 14 inches.
(316) Woodland Farm Reservoir (Snohomish County): Game fish: Statewide minimum length/daily limit, except:
(a) Largemouth bass: Daily limit 10; no minimum length; only largemouth bass under 12 inches may be retained, except 1 over 17 inches may be retained.
(b) Smallmouth bass: Daily limit 15; no minimum length; only 1 smallmouth bass over 14 inches may be retained.
(c) Channel catfish: Daily limit 10; no size restriction.
(d) Walleye: Daily limit 16; only 1 walleye over 22 inches may be retained.
(317) Wooten Lake (Mason County): Open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.020, 77.04.055, and 77.12.047. WSR 20-14-052 (Order 20-97), § 220-312-040, filed 6/25/20, effective 7/26/20. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.020, 77.04.055, 77.12.045, and 77.12.047. WSR 20-03-130 (Order 20-09), § 220-312-040, filed 1/17/20, effective 2/17/20. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.013, 77.04.020, 77.04.055, and 77.12.047. WSR 19-15-050 (Order 19-139), § 220-312-040, filed 7/12/19, effective 8/12/19; WSR 18-15-065 (Order 18-163), § 220-312-040, filed 7/16/18, effective 8/16/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.020, and 77.12.047. WSR 18-06-045 (Order 18-30), § 220-312-040, filed 3/1/18, effective 4/1/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.013, 77.04.020, 77.04.055, and 77.12.047. WSR 17-16-109 (Order 17-147), § 220-312-040, filed 7/28/17, effective 8/28/17; WSR 17-05-112 (Order 17-04), amended and recodified as § 220-312-040, filed 2/15/17, effective 3/18/17; WSR 16-17-008 (Order 16-201), § 220-310-190, filed 8/4/16, effective 9/4/16; WSR 16-14-038 (Order 16-158), § 220-310-190, filed 6/28/16, effective 7/29/16. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012 and 77.12.047. WSR 16-06-073 (Order 16-30), § 220-310-190, filed 2/26/16, effective 7/1/16. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.013, 77.04.020, 77.04.055, and 77.12.047. WSR 15-13-081 (Order 15-177), § 220-310-190, filed 6/12/15, effective 7/13/15. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.020, 77.04.055, 77.12.045, and 77.12.047. WSR 14-16-027 (Order 14-185), § 220-310-190, filed 7/25/14, effective 8/25/14. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.013, 77.04.055, and 77.12.047. WSR 14-04-120 (Order 14-26), § 220-310-190, filed 2/4/14, effective 3/7/14.]
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