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This area is exactly where I live, so I know it pretty well. Lakewise, there are a string of productive lakes along Petrovisky- Desire, Shady, Shadow, Spring, and Peterson. Desire has good trout flyfishing for stockers and is real pretty, plus tons of little topwater-eager bass. Shady has wiers regs but is the best trout option. I've never done to well on Spring, but some say its great. Shadow is a lot like Desire, but with more warmwater fish. Peterson is my favotrite for bluegills and bass. Its the tiny one right off the road that you sometimes see people fishing.
For rivers, the Green is ok for steelies and trout, but its a helluvalot of fun for whitefish in January and February. The lower Cedar is closed, but, not known to most people, the river above the lake was opened for trout. I haven't been up there cause its a pain in the ass (you have to go across Snoquailamie Pass, then Stampede Pass, and then up), but if you feel adventureous, go for it. Jest email be back after you go! The Raging River is small, but can be good for Steelhead right after a rain. Never seen much in the way of trout though, but sometimes you find decrepid old King salmon wallowing their way up the river.
Those are the ones that immediately come to mind, but explore. If you like lakes, they are everywhere in that area, and for rivers, just head up into the mountains. Good Luck!

Jon
 
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