Lake Roosevelt is a BIG lake. It covers 80,000 square acres, and stretches about 150 miles from the Grand Coulee Dam to US/Canada border. There is good fishing somewhere on Roosevelt year round. Guides are required to have a special National Parks Use Permit to guide on Lake Roosevelt.
WALLEYE. We fish the Spokane Arm of Lake Roosevelt the months of April, May, and June for walleye. Fishing can be tremendous with limits of "eater" size fish common. Larger fish are not uncommon.
from Seattle, Fort Spokane is approximately 4 1/2 hours. (260 miles)
from Spokane, Fort Spokane is approximately 1 hour. (60 miles)
STURGEON. Lake Roosevelt offers one of the northwest best opportunities for White Sturgeon fishing, especially large "keeper" fish. SJM Guide Service fishes near Kettle Falls, WA for these fish from June through August.
from Seattle, Kettle Falls is approximately 6 hours. (320 miles)
from Spokane, Kettle Falls is approximately 1 1/2 hours. (80 miles)
TROUT/KOKANEE. Roosevelt rainbows are great tasting fish, well known for their delicious, red meat. There is also the opportunity for Kokanee fishing, the quality of which varies year by year.
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