FDR South - South Section - Coulee Dam to Lamb Draw to Mill Canyon

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Located in northeastern Washington and named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake (also called Lake Roosevelt) is one of the largest lakes in the state of Washington. Covering 125 square miles (80,000 acres), it stretches about 150 miles from the Canadian border to the Grand Coulee Dam, with over 600 miles of shoreline. The lake was formed by the largest concrete structure in the world, the Grand Coulee Dam, primarily for the purpose of power production. Featured Species: Rainbow Trout, Walleye, Kokanee, Smallmouth Bass Map Features: Lake Profile Fishery Information Fishing Tips and Techniques 11 Accesses with Driving Directions 29 Proven Fishing Areas Marked