Organized byTom Langley
CostFree to attend
Expect the fishing to be similar to previous trips. Moving a small leech pattern or still fishing under an indicator will work well enough. Watch several locals catch large numbers of fish under an indicator/balanced leech. Bring your spotting scope or drone to really figure out what they are doing.
Remember your floatation device and whistle.
As expected for this time of year, look for a last minute change of plans due to weather or other circumstances.
Any questions, contact Tom Bradish at firstname.lastname@example.org
—————————————————————————————————— Lone Lake is an excellent local lake that has a nice launch and plenty of parking. Lone Lake is located on the south end of Whidbey Island only about 10 miles north of Clinton, with a mean depth of 7 ft. and a surface area of approximately 100 acres. The 2,430-acre watershed is mostly forested (89%); only 2% is developed. The lake is managed as a quality fishery with selective gear rules. The lake is loaded with food and the trout grow fast and strong. Fish average 14 -17 inches with an occasional 18 incher. The two primary methods for catching fish at Lone Lake in the fall involve moving leech and streamer patterns on full sink lines or fishing Chironomid or small balanced leech patterns under indicators.