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.
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,
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