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Dave Mallahan Guide Service specializes in Salmon and Steelhead fishing. Enjoy great fishing with Dave on the spectacular and majestic rivers of Washington State.
Frequented by fly fishers, Fish Lake is set high in the hills of the Colville National Forest.
Enjoy fishing at this popular recreational area. The Cle Elum River is a mountain stream located three miles south of Cle Elum.
The Yakima above Roza Dam is widely considered the best trout fishing stream in Washington.
Lake Quinault is owned by the Quinault Indian Nation and offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, such as fishing, hiking, and biking.
Created by the Cowlitz Dam this reservoir is a fishing favorite stocked with rainbow trout.
Hidden high in the hills of the Colville National Forest is Long Lake, a small and often-overlooked, clear-water lake with shaded camp sites and a hiking trail.
Nestled in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, 277 acre Mineral Lake offers relaxation and some of the best trout fishing in all of Washington.
This 10-acre marine park is reachable by car or boat. The park features 685 feet of saltwater shoreline on Mystery Bay and offers a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains.
Pioneer artifacts are plentiful in the park, and many can be seen in action in the work of maintaining the farm. Picnic space and walking trails interweave with interpretive activities.
Birders flock to one end while boaters motor on the other side of this high desert oasis where the Columbia River overflow fills glacier depressions formed in ancient sand dunes.
Riffe Lake, an 11,830-acre reservoir situated on the Cowlitz River, with an abundance of cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout, Coho and Kokanee salmon, as well as largemouth bass is a fishermans paradise.
Spring Creek Hatchery is a premier windsurfing and kiteboarding site in the Columbia Gorge with views of Mount Hood from the shore. The park sits at the entrance to the Spring Creek National Fish Hatchery which offers tours of the facility.
Swan Lake is a clear-water lake located in the Colville National Forest, just off Highway 21, south of Republic, Washington.
This forested park is on Nisqually Beach, a few miles from Olympia, the state's capital city. The park offers a variety of beachside activities and an underwater park that contains an artificial reef built in cooperation with scuba divers.
Triton Cove State Park is a 29-acre day-use park with 555 feet of saltwater shore on Hood Canal. This small park provides an ADA-compliant boat launch with access to near-shore fishing. Future plans include possible camping facilities.
Visitors to our site are encouraged to contact any of the members listed in our Member Directory for information regarding the specific services offered.
The Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife is the definitive source for all information about watchable wildlife, hunting, fishing and clamming seasons as well as access to our wild back country.
The park offers a panoramic view of the sea. The historic Westport Lighthouse is adjacent to the park. A concrete boardwalk traverses the primary dune, connecting this park with Westhaven State Park, 1.3 miles away.
Cutts Island is a two-acre marine park situated on Carr Inlet. During low tide, the island has a very nice sand beach. The island features clay cliffs that allow visitors to walk to the top of the island and enjoy the view.
The picturesque great fishing spot includes a concrete fishing pier accessible via paved pathway and handrails, restroom and picnic area.
Visitors to the Chelan-Sawtooth Wilderness can enjoy incredible scenic vistas, beautiful backcountry hidden lakes, and panoramic views through the open countryside.
This summer day-use park is popular for its water activities and grassy lawns on the shore of a small lake. A one-mile hiking path winds around the water.
The park is a popular location for hiking, picnicking, fishing and rock climbing. The park's popular hiking destinations include Twin Falls, Weeks Falls, Cedar Butte and Mount Washington.
The area is conducive to all manner of day-trip beach activity and nature observation. The park features a shore on the Pacific Coast, with fishing, crabbing, and clamming opportunities in season. Beachcombing is always popular.
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The thousands of acres of private land we hunt here at Tanglewood Guides have been enhanced through sound farming, grazing, and wildlife management. This has been a great benefit to the naturally occurring wildlife of our area.