Trout plants continue in many local lakes to boost fishing

Anglers try their luck fishing for trout at Angle Lake in SeaTac early Monday. Cloudy skies are predicted Tuesday, and there is a 90 percent chance of rain Wednesday. (Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times)

Another round of spring-time trout plants occurred May 6-10 in western Washington lakes with a mix of catchable-sized trout averaging 11 inches and some getting bonus plants of bigger fish averaging 1.5 pounds apiece. The majority of larger-sized trout (averaging 1.5 pounds apiece) plants happened at lakes in Mason County including Aldrich, 150; Clara, 255;...

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