Dust off your fishing poles...the fish are BITING!
Recently caught fish included Trout, Bass, and the occasional Crappie...perfect for pan frying on those warm summer nights.
Find/catch these type of fish here.
If that doesn't catch your interest, perhaps cooling off from the summer heat with a trip to the lake for a nice swim......the water is cool and the views even cooler this time of year.
North from Quilcene 4.7 mi. on Hwy 101, West on Leland Cut-off Rd 1.4 mi., Left at Public Fishing sign.
Boat Launch Available: Yes
Launch Type: Gravel
Dates Open: Check Regulations
Motorized Boats Allowed: Yes, Keep it under 5MPH!
Post your awesome stories about Lake Leland below in the comments section, or like our Facebook page by clicking here and post it on our page. We'd really like to hear from you, because it shows how much interest is really out there for Lake Leland. In 2014 we raised over two-thousands dollars by volunteers cleaning and maintaining the campgrounds, money that went back into the community.
As long as the county continues to post the lake with a potential algea bloom, I guess this will keep everyone away. Just as an FYI, the lake is great, warm and no bloom for 2 years now!! I live here, I should know!
Lake Leland Blog
Welcome to the Lake Leland blog! Add this page to your bookmarks to stay updated on Jefferson County, WA's largest lake, Lake Leland.
Fishing at the Lake
Leland Lake is stocked in April and May with catchable-size Rainbow Trout and good numbers of Coastal Cutthroat Trout broodstock weighing about one pound each are stocked in March. It also receives larger rainbows in the fall which provide good fishing even in the winter months. There is good fishing for stocked rainbows during the fall, winter and spring, with good Largemouth Bass, Bluegill Sunfish, Yellow Perch from the spring through the summer. Black Crappie fishing can be good during the cooler months of the fall. More details...
Camping at the Lake