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Spokane Co Lakes - Public or Private?

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:53 pm
by ruthven78
Ok yeah so Im trying to scount out all the possible fishing holes I can easily do day trips to. Im looking at lakes small enough that it isnt a big chore rowing in...though I do have a trolling motor now, just need a battery. Below are some Spokane County lakes that I would like to know if anyone knows if they are public or private? I'll try to put these listed North to South as much as possible. These are names listed on maps.google.com so they may be known by other names?


Reflection Lake (Near Elk, Wa)

Bailey Lake (Spokane County, north of Chattaroy)

Woods Lake (Near Horseshoe lake in Spokane Co)

Dossier Reservior (over by liberty lake)

Meadow Lake (near Four Lakes)

Granite Lake (Four Lakes) (listed on wl.com but no reports)

Willow Lake (Four Lakes) (listed on wl.com but no reports)

Ring Lake (Four Lakes)

Otter Lake (Four Lakes)

Page Pond (near silver lake)

Queens Lucas Lake (slightly north of Fish Lake)

Reeves Lake

Kepple Lake

Lasher Lake

Campbell Lake (not the one in okanagan co)

Philleo Lake (near cheney-spangle rd)

Alkali Lake (not the one in in grant co, its north of amber lake)

Mason Lake (netween amber and fishtrap)

RE:Spokane Co Lakes - Public or Private?

Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:35 pm
by hewesfisher
Here are the ones I can help with, all private and/or no access due to all surrouding property being private.

Meadow Lake
Granite Lake
Willow Lake
Philleo Lake

Some of the others in or near Four Lakes are most liley in the same situation. My co-wrker lives in Four Lakes so I will ask about Otter and Ring Lakes tomorrow. I'm not sure where Page Pond is, unless it's on the southwest side of Silver.

RE:Spokane Co Lakes - Public or Private?

Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 11:02 pm
by Marc Martyn
Many years ago I researched a lot of area lakes. Looking over the list, I would say that that they are all private and a couple in the Cheney area may be on the game reserve.
The rule of thumb I have used in the past is:
If the game dept. hasn't stocked it, or if there isn't a usable access, it's private.

Re: Spokane Co Lakes - Public or Private?

Posted: Sat Feb 02, 2019 4:18 pm
by pander328
Bailey Lake north of Chatteroy in Spokane County is private. There is no public access.

Re: Spokane Co Lakes - Public or Private?

Posted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 7:13 am
by hewesfisher
Wow, this topic has been dead for 12yrs and has to be the oldest I've ever seen "brought back" here. :cheers:

Re: Spokane Co Lakes - Public or Private?

Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2019 9:11 pm
by Aaron
I was just poking around for spammers and saw this post and it caught my eye.. read down until i saw the post from Marc Martin and thought WHAT?????? then saw the date and came to my senses.

Re: Spokane Co Lakes - Public or Private?

Posted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:35 am
by Fish-N-Fool
Aaron wrote:I was just poking around for spammers and saw this post and it caught my eye.. read down until i saw the post from Marc Martin and thought WHAT?????? then saw the date and came to my senses.
Yes, we all know he's a spammer. LOL