Lenice Lake (94 acres): Planted rainbow trout carry over well here and should provide catches in the 13- to 19-inch range; brown trout are also available. Selective fishery regulations apply; check the regulations pamphlet. Access is on foot (one-half mile walk) with toilets at parking area.
Located six miles east of Beverly, Washington, this 94-acre dessert lake of eastern Washington contains planted Rainbows, Browns, and Tiger Trout (hybrid of Eastern Brook and German Brown). The average size is 18 inches, with many fish between 20 and 24 inches in length, thanks largely to the productive shoals, selective gear restrictions (single barbless hook only), and one-fish limit. The lake is 25 feet deep and best fished early and late season when the water isn’t too warm. Mike MacGregor