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It's that time of year folks, and discovering remote lakes with worthwhile fishing is one of life's great pleasures. My wife and I are off trail veterans, and though she doesn't fish, she is quite happy getting out and finding obscure places in the Cascades. Now I'm not looking for hotspots, but was trying to find up-to-date historical stocking info, as much out of curiosity as anything else. The data I've been able to find on WDFW's website so far is only current through 2013, and clunky to access. Whoa! Interactive Maps! Awesome!

I am sure I've seen a page with good info listing lakes, numbers, species, etc. by year in plain freaking text format. 'Can't seem to find it now...... Anyone want to steer me to a good location for that which I seek? I suppose joining the High Lakers or Trailblazers is one option, but I'd just as soon not at this time. PM is fine if we should be keeping this low key.

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The folks on this forum have been very helpful to me in the past, sign up and you get access to the embers site with lakes and reports.

http://www.hilakers.org
Yep, I suppose so. I was aware of this fine organization, and the fact that they have a tremendous members-only (as it should be) lake report database. I sort of burned out on the club thing from my Mountaineers days, but maybe it's time to give it a try again.

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Oh, and fix your photo link, you've got me curious now. ;)
 
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