Monday, March 26, 2012

Lyle Lake, Grant County, Washington

Small Boats, Motors Allowed
Primitive bank launching, restroom, no running water
Lyle Lake during the low water times of the is rather small but during higher water times of the year such as during spring and early summer one can paddle this lake going some distance northwest or southwest. This is a good lake to hunt or watch water foul on and is not within wildlife refuge boundaries. Fishing: Rainbow Trout; Carp (good lake to hunt Carp with bow & arrow. Directions: From Moses Lake take HWY 17 south toward Othello; turn right (west) on HWY 262/O'Sullivan Dam Road. Approximately 2 miles up the road on your left (south) you will see the entrance to Sheep Lake Rd. Follow this road all the way to past the Long & Sage Lake sign, proceed across the Potholes Canal via the bridge. After crossing the bridge follow this several miles until you come to the sign indicating Lyle Lake on the right/west side of the road. Maps: To view a map click on http://www.mapquest.com and type in Potholes State Park, WA. pan southeast to view this Lake. Info: April 1 - Sept. 30.

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