Moses Lake Fishing Map

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Located in its Namesake City, Moses Lake has year-round fishing opportunities for many different species of fish. The personality of Moses Lake has changed a lot over the years. It had been one of the state’s prime panfish and largemouth bass lake, now perhaps is best known for its fine-eating walleyes and hard fighting smallmouth bass. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) fish surveys indicate a high abundance of walleye and smallmouth bass. Walleye in Moses Lake can reach and exceed the 10 pound mark. Three to four pound smallmouth bass are average for the lake. Perch are also in good numbers with a lot of perch in the 8” inch to 10” inch range. When winters get cold enough and there is enough ice to support ice fisherman, perch become the main draw for many locals. Featured Species: Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch Map Features: Lake Profile Fishery Information Fishing Tips and Techniques 7 Accesses with Driving Directions 29 Proven Fishing A