The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife promises Saturday’s lowland lakes season opener will be big in more ways than one.
As usual they’re expecting it to lure more anglers (300,000 or more) to the waters than any other opening day. Also, according to a statement released earlier this month, the trout will be “two to three inches longer than last year.”
The WDFW released 3 million hatchery-reared trout averaging 11-13 inches. WDFW director Phil Anderson said earlier this month that the department is responding to “anglers who really enjoy catching larger fish.”
Mineral Lake and Offut Lake resorts are …