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Anyone ever fished this lake? I stopped by the other day when I was "working". Nice little lake but was curious if anyone has ever fished it.
 

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haven't fished it this year, but it is good in the spring for the planted trout. In the past I have also seen a few large bass cruising around the shallow water on the NE side of the lake, but I could never get any decent bass on the fly rod.
 

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Langlois is a lake close to Carnation and just south of the Tolt River!

Get out your Gazzeter and find it! If you don't have a Gazzeter then go buy one!

The lake has some depth and you might be surprised at what you can pull up from the down and deep!

Dave
 

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There are some absolute trophy bass in there, or at least by Washington standards. And, you guessed, they as well as the anglers have a fine taste for stocker rainbows. There may only be three of them though.
 

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Washington State Atlas and Gazetter is a book of maps covering the state. Usually found at a fly shop near you.

Langlois, like the majority of WA lakes, has a population of trout of hatchery origion. There is usually a fair population of holdovers and fish of 20"s are possible but not neccesarily common. Most of the fish are going to be in the 12" to 14" size range.

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