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The Yakima River is a fly fisherman's favorite for catching Rainbow,
Steelhead and Cutthroat trout. Summer's the best time to fish in this
blue-ribbon river, but fishermen come here year-round. Miles of scenic
river meander through the Yakima Canyon, making the area one of the
premier spots for fishing in the Northwest. The canyon is 27 miles long,
with 21 of those in Kittitas County.
Other Fly-Fishing Tips
Vehicle Use Permits are free when purchasing a fishing or hunting license or a Watchable Wildlife Decal package.
Vehicle Use Permits are required for anyone using a Washington State
Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFD) access area. They are clearly
marked and specifically made for parking. The permits can be used for up
to two vehicles. Place permits in full view from outside the vehicle
and have the vehicle's license plate number written on the permit.
Federal lands require a different permit, so be aware where you are
parking and make sure you have the right permit! For more permit
information go to: WDFW Licensing & Permits/Fishing
Positioned on the shores of Lake Easton in the Cascade Mountain foothills, relax and recreate year-round at Lake Easton State Park. Discover the picturesque mountain views and explore the scenic hiking trails. Come for a restful afternoon or spend a few days camping.