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SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. -

According to the Washington State Department of and Wildlife, this lake is part of Bear Lake County Park off Highway US-2.

This is a juvenile fishing rules lake: only juveniles (under age 15), licensed adults accompanied by a juvenile, or anglers with a disability who have a designated harvester companion card are allowed to fish. 

This lake has largemouth bass, perch, and rainbow trout. Bear Lake is stocked annually with broodstock, put-grow-and-take, and catchable size rainbows.

Channel catfish are periodically stocked which provides a good fishery.

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