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Fishing along the Loop

Because the Cascade Loop is home to a LOT of rivers, lakes, streams and the Puget Sound, it's safe to say one can do a whole lot of fishing here! Scan through this list to get a sense of what a die-hard or aspiring angler can catch during their next Cascade Loop fishing adventure! 

Purchase your fishing licenses at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Licensing.  Kids 14 and younger do not need a fishing license to fish in the state of Washington. Anglers 15 years of age are required to have a youth fishing license allowing them to fish in fresh and saltwater.  Anglers of any age who fish for salmon, Pacific halibut, sturgeon, steelhead or Dungeness crab must also have a catch record card in their possession while fishing.

Fish On!

Methow Valley Fishing

Great fishing all year!

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Wenatchee/Columbia River Valley Fishing

Fish in the Columbia or explore local lakes

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Lake Chelan Fishing

Explore this huge lake for a huge variety of fishing

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North Cascades Fishing

Fish the Skagit River, Diablo or Ross Lakes. Photo by Andy Porter

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Skagit Valley/Fidalgo Island Fishing

Choose from a multitude of lakes, rivers and saltwater fishing. Photo by Andy Porter

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Whidbey Island Fishing

Fishing, clamming & crabbing

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Snohomish River Valley Fishing

Fish in the Puget Sound or in one of a whole lot of lakes

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Stevens Pass Greenway Fishing

Fish the Sky River. Photo by the Sky Valley Chamber

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Leavenworth/ Cascade Foothills Fishing

Fish in Lake Wenatchee, Fish Lake, the Icicle & Wenatchee Rivers

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