Lake Suggestions for two young boys & grandpa?

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  1. Slate Run

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    Our two grandsons, ages 6 & 9 will be visiting us in Seattle for the month of June. "We want to go fishing with grandpa!" I have plenty of rods, reels and a drift boat, but what I need are suggestions for a reasonably small quiet lake with a boat ramp that may have been given a dose of stockers this spring. All suggestions gratefully accepted. Photos may follow............:rolleyes:

    Dave
     
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    It's not the quietest lake out there, but I enjoy Ballinger. It's close enough to Seattle that the kids won't have to spend much time in the car either.
     
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    Which end of Seattle are you closest to?? North / South?
     
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    Lake Serene in Mukilteo may be a good match. Pretty small and very shallow. It got a pretty good sized plant for it's size and is probably still fishing pretty well.
     
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    Throw some family camping in the mix and hit Deception Pass State Park. Magical place of beauty and fishing.
     
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    We spent our first night in WA camping there in 1971. "Magical" pretty much sums it up.
     
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