Outing Host-Larry Belmont
Langlois Lake is one of only ten waters in King County managed with a seasonal fishing closure. The lake has stocked rainbow trout, kokanee, and resident largemouth bass. Spring catch rates for trout are highest early in the season. Although the lake is stocked with trout there are carry over fish. Most trout are 10"-12" but 18" fish aren't too unusual. This 39 acre lake has a maximum depth of 98 feet and a mean depth of 53 feet.
Langlois has a WDFW access at its east end with parking and an outhouse. A Discover Pass or WDFW Vehicle Access Pass should be displayed in any vehicle parked in the lot. There is no bank access for the public so fishing requires a vessel i.e. float tube, personal pontoon boat, inflatable raft, canoe, etc. Two pole fishing is allowed. No gas engines are allowed.
Registration Fee: Day Outing; No Fee
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What to Bring:
Washington state fishing license
Raft, canoe, pontoon boat, kayak, or float tube (if it is a lake)
PFD is always recommended for wading and riding in boats
4-6 weight rods with floating line and sinking line
3x,4x, and maybe 5x tippet depending on which flies you use
Hat and sunglasses
- Black wooly buggers with a red bead head, trolled near the surface have been super successful at times.
- White grubs have been very successful at times
- When there is a hatch, parachute adams have resulted in outstanding catch rates.
Driving Instructions from Carnation, WA. :
Cancellation Deadline: June 6th. To cancel, log onto the NFA website with your email and password, go to the event, click on "Already Registered", and follow the prompts to cancel your registration.