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.
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.
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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