Kachess Lake Fishing Guide

Kachess Lake is a large freshwater highland lake that is 4,500-acre lake, over 20 miles of shoreline at an elevation of 2258 feet.

Kachess Lake in central Washington is a reservoir along the course of the Kachess River in Washington state. The upper part of the lake, north of a narrows, is called Little Kachess Lake. Kachess Lake is just north of I-90, about 5 miles west of Cle Elum Lake.

Kachess Lake offers great fishing for Rainbow Trout, Bull Trout, Cutthroat, Kokanee Salmon and Burbot.

Two-pole fishing is NOT allowed at Kachess Lake.

Kachess Lake Fishing Videos

These Kachess Lake videos highlights some of the most watched Kachess Lake fishing videos.

Directions to Washington Lake

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