WDFW FISHING RULE CHANGE
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091
October 22, 2014
Langlois Lake (King County) will remain open with amended fishing rules
Action: Opens Langlois Lake to fishing with a daily limit of 10 trout with no size restriction.
Effective dates: One hour before official sunrise Nov. 1, 2014, until one hour after official sunset on Feb. 13, 2015.
Species affected: Trout
Location: Langlois Lake (King County)
Reason for action: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will increase winter recreational opportunity in inland waters throughout the Puget Sound region by stocking more than 300,000 catchable-size (10 to 12 inches) or larger rainbow trout.
Other information: Langlois Lake will re-open to fishing on the fourth Saturday in April.
Information Contact: Justin Spinelli, Fish Biologist, Region 4, Justin.Spinelli@dfw.wa.gov or 360-466-4345 ext. 242.
Fishing Tips for Langlois Lake
Langlois Lake offers excellent fishing for bass and trout. if you are interested in trying your hand at catching a few I recommend you try fishing weedlines, fallen trees, the shorelines closest to deep water, the steep drop offs, the feeder creeks, and over the deep hole with spinners, soft plastics, crankbaits, jigs, live bait, and spoons. Some of the best include 3″ Senkos, in either watermelon or smoke, Texas rigged on #1 Gamakatsu EWG red hooks, Berkeley gulp, Rapalas, little cleos, and live shiners. If you want to try trolling I recommend a 4/0 hammered chrome dodger with a red wedding ring on one rod and a 50/50 4/0 dodger with a green wedding ring on another.