06.07.2022 – LRNRA – News Release – Fish Cleaning Stations
Coulee Dam, WA – The fish cleaning stations located throughout Lake Roosevelt National
Recreation Area will remain closed until further notice. While evaluating and trying to repair the
Fort Spokane fish cleaning station and associated septic system, it was discovered that the
accumulated oil from the fish remains have coated the sand in the drain field so thoroughly that
water can no longer filter through the sand and instead, sits on top and clogs the septic system.
To keep the existing fish cleaning station operational, the entire septic system would need to be
redesigned, including electrical engineering, more powerful motor, and installing a new drain
field. This is the third drain field at Fort Spokane destroyed by the fish oils in the past 30 years
and there is no available space for a fourth.
06.30.21 Press Release – LRNRA – Mussel-Free Form notice
05.11.2021 – Immediate Release – Aquatic Invasive Species
WDFW Fishing Prospects Lakes in Lincoln County
Lake Roosevelt Forum Fishing and Hunting
Lake Roosevelt Forum Map and Guide
Coffeepot Lake (317 acres): 12 miles northeast of Odessa.
Crab Creek: Fishing can be good for brown and rainbow trout in some portions of this Lincoln County farmland drainage.
Deer (Deer Springs) Lake (60 acres): About 12 miles northeast of Odessa.
Fishtrap Lake (196 acres): Located six and a half miles east of Sprague, on the Lincoln/Spokane County line, with about 173 acres in Lincoln County.
Fourth of July Lake (110 acres): Two miles south of the town of Sprague on State Highway 23 to Public Fishing sign, then west 1 mile to access.
Goose Creek: This waterway runs through the town of Wilbur on its way to join Wilson Creek.
Hawk Creek: This Lake Roosevelt tributary flows northwest from Davenport.
Rocky Ford/ Goose Butte Recreation Area, Washington –Map
Hanson Harbor – Boat launch
Hawk Creek – Boat launch
Jones Bay – Boat launch
Keller Ferry Marina – boat slip rental & fuel available
Lincoln – Boat launch
Seven Bays Marina – boat slip rental & fuel available
Spring Canyon – boat launch
Sprague Lake (1,840 acres): This large lake is approximately two miles west of the town of Sprague,
Spokane River Arm of Lake Roosevelt
Ft. Spokane – boat ramp
Porcupine Bay – boat launch
Upper Twin Lakes, Upper (39.2 acres) and Lower (44.9acres): Located in the Lake Creek drainage about 20 miles southeast of Davenport.
Lower Twin Lake