Hello all. I have a general Q about WA state lakes. Here in SW WA we have Silverstar peak and all the foothills surrounding it just to my East. Canyon Creek, a small Rock Creek, East Fork Lewis all run out of these hills. Thurz lakes in them thar hills! The lakes aren't lowland lakes, but aren't high by any means either... around 3400 ft usually. I have found a few that feed some of these rivers I speak of (nothing thats a trib to the East Fork though, I know how protected that is above Sunset). Question is, with these types of lakes is there any chance of getting fish? They don't show up on any fishing reports, WDFW docs, etc so I assume with a great deal of certainty they aren't stocked. Do the fish stocked in the rivers that drain them though run up, could there be a resident population? I know its a per-lake thing that you need to just go test and I don't mind fish-less days exploring but just wondering what everyone else has seen in these small lakes tossed about the hillsides. Am I just wasting time wishing for my own private piece of lake-fishing heaven without crowds?