Spey practice with High water?

#1
Hey all, I am looking to spend a few hours after work getting my spey casting "in shape" for spring fishing. I was told that ben H park on the sky may be a little too high to safely cast. Does anyone know a decent peice of water within an hours drive of everett? Clearly, I am not looking to fish, just work on my basics.
 

James Mello

Inventor of the "closed eye conjecture"
#2
Hey all, I am looking to spend a few hours after work getting my spey casting "in shape" for spring fishing. I was told that ben H park on the sky may be a little too high to safely cast. Does anyone know a decent peice of water within an hours drive of everett? Clearly, I am not looking to fish, just work on my basics.
Any lake....
 

Bert Kinghorn

Formerly "nextcast"
#3
Tye Lake is just east of Monroe and has a nice beach area. That is where the All About the Fly Sunday gang go when B Howard is high. Parking is easy and there is a clean restroom. There are even high bank areas where you can back yourself into challenge water if you care to. No potential issues of casting over seasonally closed water either.