Pass

Mark Yoshida

Active Member
You can search all lakes they test.(Find Lake) in header page.
Or call the dept of ecology Contact Lizbeth Seebacher [email protected]


CountyWRIA NumberSiteCollect DateParameterToxin Conc. (µg/L)MDL (µg/L)Above State GuidelineAdditional InformationSample LocationEcology Tracking Number
Island6Lone Lake09/29/2021Anatoxin-a0.0350.010NoNooutletLONEISLA014_21_456
Island6Lone Lake09/29/2021Microcystin126.0000.150YesNooutletLONEISLA014_21_456
Island6Lone Lake09/21/2021Anatoxin-a<MDL0.010NoNo LONEISLA014-21_414
Island6Lone Lake09/21/2021Microcystin3102.0000.150YesNo LONEISLA014-21_414
Island6Lone Lake09/07/2021Anatoxin-a0.0980.010NoNoboat rampLONEISLA014_21_335
Island6Lone Lake09/07/2021Microcystin153.0000.150YesNoboat rampLONEISLA014_21_335
Island6Lone Lake08/31/2021Anatoxin-a0.0810.010NoNo LONEISLA014-21-318
Island6Lone Lake08/31/2021Microcystin23.6000.150YesNo LONEISLA014-21-318
Island6Lone Lake08/17/2021Anatoxin-a0.1050.010NoNoLakewide. Sample at NW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_252
Island6Lone Lake08/17/2021Microcystin319.0000.150YesNoLakewide. Sample at NW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_252
Island6Lone Lake08/11/2021Anatoxin-a0.2530.010NoNoNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_230
Island6Lone Lake08/11/2021Microcystin43.1000.150YesNoNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_230
Island6Lone Lake07/29/2021Anatoxin-a115.0000.010YesViewBoat RampLONEISLA014_21_174
Island6Lone Lake07/29/2021Microcystin4.3000.150NoViewBoat RampLONEISLA014_21_174
Island6Lone Lake07/27/2021Anatoxin-a11.5000.010YesViewNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_167
Island6Lone Lake07/27/2021Microcystin3.0800.150NoViewNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_167
Island6Lone Lake07/06/2021Anatoxin-a1.8200.010YesViewdensest on NW shoreline but all along norther shoreLONEISLA014_21_110
Island6Lone Lake07/06/2021Microcystin2.3500.150NoViewdensest on NW shoreline but all along norther shoreLONEISLA014_21_110
Island6Lone Lake07/06/2021Saxitoxin<MDL0.020NoViewdensest on NW shoreline but all along norther shoreLONEISLA014_21_110
Island6Lone Lake06/07/2021Anatoxin-a0.0890.010NoViewBeachLONEISLA014_21_062
Island6Lone Lake06/07/2021Microcystin0.4290.150NoViewBeachLONEISLA014_21_062
 

jwale

Active Member
You can search all lakes they test.(Find Lake) in header page.
Or call the dept of ecology Contact Lizbeth Seebacher [email protected]

CountyWRIA NumberSiteCollect DateParameterToxin Conc. (µg/L)MDL (µg/L)Above State GuidelineAdditional InformationSample LocationEcology Tracking Number
Island6Lone Lake09/29/2021Anatoxin-a0.0350.010NoNooutletLONEISLA014_21_456
Island6Lone Lake09/29/2021Microcystin126.0000.150YesNooutletLONEISLA014_21_456
Island6Lone Lake09/21/2021Anatoxin-a<MDL0.010NoNoLONEISLA014-21_414
Island6Lone Lake09/21/2021Microcystin3102.0000.150YesNoLONEISLA014-21_414
Island6Lone Lake09/07/2021Anatoxin-a0.0980.010NoNoboat rampLONEISLA014_21_335
Island6Lone Lake09/07/2021Microcystin153.0000.150YesNoboat rampLONEISLA014_21_335
Island6Lone Lake08/31/2021Anatoxin-a0.0810.010NoNoLONEISLA014-21-318
Island6Lone Lake08/31/2021Microcystin23.6000.150YesNoLONEISLA014-21-318
Island6Lone Lake08/17/2021Anatoxin-a0.1050.010NoNoLakewide. Sample at NW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_252
Island6Lone Lake08/17/2021Microcystin319.0000.150YesNoLakewide. Sample at NW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_252
Island6Lone Lake08/11/2021Anatoxin-a0.2530.010NoNoNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_230
Island6Lone Lake08/11/2021Microcystin43.1000.150YesNoNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_230
Island6Lone Lake07/29/2021Anatoxin-a115.0000.010YesViewBoat RampLONEISLA014_21_174
Island6Lone Lake07/29/2021Microcystin4.3000.150NoViewBoat RampLONEISLA014_21_174
Island6Lone Lake07/27/2021Anatoxin-a11.5000.010YesViewNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_167
Island6Lone Lake07/27/2021Microcystin3.0800.150NoViewNW shorelineLONEISLA014_21_167
Island6Lone Lake07/06/2021Anatoxin-a1.8200.010YesViewdensest on NW shoreline but all along norther shoreLONEISLA014_21_110
Island6Lone Lake07/06/2021Microcystin2.3500.150NoViewdensest on NW shoreline but all along norther shoreLONEISLA014_21_110
Island6Lone Lake07/06/2021Saxitoxin<MDL0.020NoViewdensest on NW shoreline but all along norther shoreLONEISLA014_21_110
Island6Lone Lake06/07/2021Anatoxin-a0.0890.010NoViewBeachLONEISLA014_21_062
Island6Lone Lake06/07/2021Microcystin0.4290.150NoViewBeachLONEISLA014_21_062
since the Microcystin levels are higher than state guidelines, I assume that means the lake is closed?
 

gmole

Member
Was at pass a couple years ago, talked with the person who was doing the sampling. She was dipping in the scum that is always at the launch when the wind blows it in there. I asked her why dont you sample by the trees by the road and she acted annoyed that I might have made a reasonable suggestion. I'm not a scientist but the lake looked great except by the launch which had a 2 foot streak
 

wanative

Retired, gone fishin'
They haven't tested it since September 20 according to the toxic algae website.
I don't know what kills toxic algae but I assume cooler weather and rain would help.
The site says Lake Campbell was tested Oct. 6th, It's what 3 miles from Pass?
Maybe they've tested Pass and the results are not up yet.
 

wanative

Retired, gone fishin'
Does anyone know if Pass has opened yet?
These changes are on the toxic algae website as of this morning 10-14.
The numbers are dramatically lower.
I don't know if they'll open the lake yet though.
I don't know if Skagit county or the state has jurisdiction over the closure. Screenshot_20211014-085042_Chrome.jpg
 

wanative

Retired, gone fishin'
Does anyone know if Pass has opened
I spoke with Skagit county health dept. today.
They manage Pass lake as far as toxic algae closures.
They will be testing weekly now that the numbers are getting close to being under the toxicity level for safety.
They require 2 weeks consecutively of below toxic levels to open the lake.
So, if the next two weekly tests are below
Toxicity standards the lake will open.
At least 2.5 weeks possibly longer.
 

Kfish

WFF Premium
I spoke with Skagit county health dept. today.
They manage Pass lake as far as toxic algae closures.
They will be testing weekly now that the numbers are getting close to being under the toxicity level for safety.
They require 2 weeks consecutively of below toxic levels to open the lake.
So, if the next two weekly tests are below
Toxicity standards the lake will open.
At least 2.5 weeks possibly longer.
Thank you!
 

Jeff Dodd

Active Member
I spoke with Skagit county health dept. today.
They manage Pass lake as far as toxic algae closures.
They will be testing weekly now that the numbers are getting close to being under the toxicity level for safety.
They require 2 weeks consecutively of below toxic levels to open the lake.
So, if the next two weekly tests are below
Toxicity standards the lake will open.
At least 2.5 weeks possibly longer.
Thanks! I drove into the parking lot yesterday and it looked like a crime scene…. But it was clear to me - don’t fish Pass!
 

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