Featured image: Fisherman at Spectacle Lake, seven miles northwest of Tonasket, Washington, in Okanogan Country (photo credit: Okanagan County Tourism Council)
Central Washington is a fisher’s paradise for trout, bass, and walleye. It also has some of the best rivers in the state for sockeye, steelhead, and king salmon. And there are many options for year-round fishing.
Add to this ample hotels, RV parks, campsites, resorts, and lodges, and you have the perfect combination for an amazing fishing adventure in Okanogan Country.
Get the complete scoop in a free guide published by the Okanogan County Tourism Council. Dave Graybill, known as the Fishing Magician, shares tips for finding your new favorite fishing spot and where to stay. Download a copy or order a copy by mail.