whatcom county lake ideas

Discussion in 'Stillwater' started by uncoolperson, Jul 2, 2009.

  1. uncoolperson

    uncoolperson *splash* *splash* *splash*, I need a life vest

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    Taking the wife out on her first outing this year, normally I try to have an idea before... but the explorer in me is taking over.
    Anyone have any experience with:
    Lily
    Lizard
    Squire's lake

    I'll probably hit all three in the next few weeks, but I'd like to make sure the wife enjoys herself.
    (big question is fishable shoreline, she doesn't like small boats/tubes)


    Thanks


    (after seeing how the population in lost lake has declined so rapidly [or maybe I'm just getting worse at fishing, but it ain't the same this year] I'm taking on the philosophy of one home and the rest go back... not full on C&R, but it's a start)
     
  2. Tim Lockhart

    Tim Lockhart Working late at The Office

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    All 3 of those require floating. First 2 hiking as well. Squires has very limited shoreline access, none of it fly fishable, IMO not enough to spin either. If gear is ok hit Fragrance with her (if I remember you're already familiar with Lost). If you want her to cast a fly from shore I'd goof off around Padden during the eve. Plenty of space there and user friendly for a first outing.

    Have fun...
     
  3. uncoolperson

    uncoolperson *splash* *splash* *splash*, I need a life vest

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    Thanks for the info.
     

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