Monday, March 26, 2012

Hallin Lake, Adams County, Washington

Small Boats, Motors Allowed
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Hallin Lake (33 acres) near Cow Lake is a desert lake heavily covered in lily pads and lots of cattails along the east shore. Steep short cliffs and low lying hills slop into the rocky shore line of the lake. The little open water this lake has is at and out from the primitive launch, with a channel along the south side of the lake. The lake bottom is muddy and rocky in places. Cow creek enters the lake about middle of the north side of the lake and exits at the west end where the launch area is. The launch is rocky and muddy depending on the time of year you access the lake. Bank fishing is possible at and near the launch but is limited due to all the cattails and steep banks. Lake Dimensions & Coordinates: 33 acres; Maximum depth estimated at 15 ft; elevation 1760 ft; Coordinates T19N R37E Sec 15, Longitude 118d 8m 29s -to- 118d 9m 17s west. Latitude 47d 8m 5s -to- 47d 8m 17s N. Directions: Off of HWY 95 via exit 245 turn right/south onto HWY 23 and go south less than a mile to mile post 43 in the city of Sprague WA. Turn right/west onto West 4th Street, travel one block and turn right onto B Street, turn left onto 1st Street, and go half a mile to the Y intersection. Take the road to the left onto Max Harder Road which becomes Danekas Road when you enter Adams County (3.8 miles from Sprague). Turn left/south onto Wellsandt Road and travel 5.6 miles to a gravel road on your left. There is a sign indicating public access this and Cow lakes at the start of this gravel road. Follow this gravel road for about a mile and half to where it ends and gives access to Hallin Lake. Fishing Info: Large and small mouth Bass and Perch. Hallin Lake is not an extremely popular fishing lake but primarily because its not a well known lake.

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