Acreage: 122.60 ac. Some cutthroat trout broodstock weighing about one pound each are stocked in March.

For COVID-19-related closures, restrictions, and updates see the WDFW COVID-19/Coronavirus response page. The lake is also stocked with jumbo rainbow trout (1-1.5 lbs each) in the spring. Lost Lake is 46 acres. Acreage: 159.50 ac. limited to the WDFW access area, County: Mason Snohomish County Government     3000 Rockefeller Avenue     Everett, WA 98201     Phone: Snohomish County's Lake Management Program. Recover your prize details. For the latest from WDFW, please visit the COVID-19 webpage. Lost Lake (formerly called Devil's Lake) is located southeast of Maltby between Highway 522 and the Snohomish-King County line. Click on the "Health Report Card" link at the bottom of the page. There is a public boat launch located on the southwest side of the lake, ​For more historical information on Lost Lake please refer to the, Depth contours of the lake with satellite images, Learn about the voluntary actions you can take to reduce pollution and become. The lake is stocked in April and May with catchable-size (10"-12") and again in the fall with good numbers of larger jumbo rainbow trout to provide a fishery through the winter.

In the event of an after hours emergency, such as a sewer alarm or other utility issue, please call Pat Springston at 360-999-7969 or Jay Graham at 253-677-8035. Open in Google Maps. The lake is also stocked with jumbo rainbow trout (1-1.5 lbs each) in the spring. Lost Lake is open year-round for fishing. Catch a tagged fish? Disability access.

The watershed. Shoreline access: Good Our Lost Lake Resort office hours are 8:30 am to 5:30 pm daily (closed for lunch from 12:00 - 1:00 pm). County: Kittitas Although brookies average only nine inches, there are some lunkers. No more than two trout over 14 inches may be retained. Open in Google Maps. You'll find this lake about a mile west of Keechelus Lake. Lost Lake is open year-round for fishing.

The watershed, or the land area that drains into the lake, covers 156.9 acres. The lake is 13.2 acres with a maximum depth of 45 feet. With a year-round open season, brook and rainbow trout provide most of the action, but there is also some small  kokanee (less than 10 inches).

Center: 47.157153, -123.247505

prize claim form. Forget where to collect your prize? The lake is stocked in April and May with catchable-size (10"-12") and again in the fall with good numbers of larger jumbo rainbow trout to provide a fishery through the winter.

There are 18 campsites, (14 single sites, and 4 doubles) with picnic tables and fire rings.

A large group site is available through the Recreation.gov reservation system. The lake is 13.2 acres with a maximum depth of 45 feet. Although brookies average only nine inches, there are some lunkers. Fill out the Accessible from both Packwood Lake and the Clear Fork trailhead, Lost Lake is a medium-sized, scenic little mountain lake ringed with trees and nestled in a small bowl below the former Lost Lake lookout site, a good spot for overnighting or taking a long day hike. For the latest from WDFW, please visit the COVID-19 webpage. The watershed, or the land area that drains into the lake, covers 156.9 acres.

Although right off Interstate 5 and close to shopping and services, you will feel like you have traveled to a remote, forested retreat. Good shoreline access from U.S. Forest Service land. The lake is 13.2 acres with a maximum depth of 45 feet.

Due to COVID-19, some recreation areas may still be closed or have limited facilities. Lost Lake (formerly called Devil's Lake) is located southeast of Maltby between Highway 522 and the Snohomish-King County line. There is no minimum size or daily limit for brook trout. Lost Lake (formerly called Devil's Lake) is located southeast of Maltby between Highway 522 and the Snohomish-King County line.

With a year-round open season, brook and rainbow trout provide most of the action, but there is also some small kokanee (less than 10 inches). Although there is no established boat launch, there is an area at the east end of the lake near the US Forest Service access area where small cartop boats can be launched.

Center: 47.334672, -121.404686

Elevation: 495 ft. Boat launch on site and restrooms at Forest Service campground. For COVID-19-related closures, restrictions, and updates see the WDFW COVID-19/Coronavirus response page. The campground is located next to Lost Lake which hosts a pair of Common Loons and Canada geese.

Rainbow and brook trout are known here. Nestled in the beautiful, wooded landscape of the Nisqually Valley in Washington State, Lost Lake Resort is a private RV Park conveniently located 50 miles south of Seattle.

Shoreline access: Good Elevation: 3093 ft. You'll find this lake about a mile west of Keechelus Lake. or the land area that drains into the lake. Due to COVID-19, some recreation areas may still be closed or have limited facilities. Some cutthroat trout broodstock weighing about one pound each are stocked in March.