Lake Washington Fishing

Year-round fishing is a highlight at Lake Washington. The 22,000-acre, natural lake, which is Washington’s second largest lake, is nestled 16-feet above sea level amid the Seattle metro area. Boat docks line the 80 miles of shoreline where anglers can enjoy fishing for warm- and cold-water species. Bass, crappie, sunfish, trout, salmon, and steelhead provide promising catches for those fishing along the banks or from a boat. A few of the numerous marinas offer boat rentals (pontoon, canoe, kayak, fishing, and recreational). Various boat ramps provide easy access for watercraft. Bring the whole family out to Lake Washington for a full day of fishing and recreation.

Lake Washington Fish:

Lake Washington boat ramps:

The following boat ramps provide access to Lake Washington.

Lake Washington Boat Ramp
Medina, WA

Leschi Moorage Boat Ramp
798 39th Ave Seattle, WA 2063253730

Martha Burbank Park Boat Ramp
2040 84Th SouthEast Mercer Island, WA 2062964243

Bellevue Yacht Basin Boat Ramp
100 100th SE Bellevue, WA

Lakewood Moorage Boat Ramp
4500 Lake Washington Boulevard Seattle, WA 2067223887

Parkshore Marina Owners Association Boat Ramp
9050 Seward Park S. Seattle, WA

Gene Coulan Memorial Beach Park Boat Ramp
1201 Lake WA Ave N Renton, WA

Gene Coulon Park Boat Ramp
1201 Lake Washington Boulevard North Renton, WA 425-430-6700

Lake Washington, Atlantic City Boat Ramp
9028 Seward Park Ave S Seattle, WA

Parkshore Marina – Seward Park Boat Ramp
9050 Seward Park Avenue Seattle, WA 2067253330

Marina Park Boat Ramp
25 Lake Shore Plaza Kirkland, WA

Yarrow Bay Marina & Boat Ramp
10200 52 St NE Kirkland, WA 4258226066

Kirkland Marina Park Boat Ramp
25 Lakeshore Plaza Drive Kirkland, WA 425-587-3347

North Lake Marina Boat Ramp
6201 175th St NE Kenmore, WA 425-482-9465

Newport Yacht Basin Boat Ramp
3911 Lake Washington Blvd SE Bellevue, WA 425-746-7225