alpine lakes float tubing

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  1. corrington_j

    corrington_j New Member

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    After fishing a beautiful hike in alpine lake a few weeks ago, I have been wanting to lug my float tube up to a lake for a day of fishing. It seems you could do much better in most the alpine lakes, as it is usually hard to cast from the shore. Any suggestion on lake to do this at. Also, if anyone else is interested in this, let me know and we can make plans to head out together. Thanks
     
  2. Trout Master

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    Kelcema on the north side of the highway across from big four ice caves has been good to me in the past. Cant hike now ,but try it out. Short hike of 1/2 mile or so.
     
  3. Nol

    Nol Needs to fish more..

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    somewhat related to this post,
    does anyone know of any books with info about WA alpine lakes??
     
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    You might try lake 22. I caught a pretty big rainbow in there several years ago. About 18" or so which is huge for most mountain lakes.
     

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