Northwest Fishing Reports.
Fishing Reports. Biting: Yes.
9-acre lake located in the Salmon Creek drainage, western Clark County.
Post by flyfisher31 » Fri May 07, 2010 11:23 am.
. A former gravel pit 7 miles north of Vancouver, Klineline Pond was turned into a fishing pond in the 1970s, and it has been stocked with trout ever since. And, on Saturday, April 22, anglers can enjoy the thrill of catching trout when hundreds of lakes open across Washington, and the 2023 statewide trout derby officially kicks off.
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Over a two-day period each spring some 3,000 kids, their families and friends, about 10,000 persons in all, from all over SW Washington and the greater Portland area, gather at Salmon Creek Park/Klineline Pond in Vancouver, WA to help children experience fishing, playing outside, and learning about our natural environment and water safety.
Action: Closes Klineline Pond to fishing by the public one day prior to the fishing event as well as the two days of the event.
Klineline is a popular area for holding kid's derbies and for family fishing fun. Apr 20, 2023 · An estimated 1,200 kids take part each year.
Stocked Fish: None. .
This year so far, there has been 10 stockings of rainbow and cutthroat at an average of 0.
24) for maintenance crews to safely remove a damaged picnic shelter and repair the splash pad water-play featu. Klineline Pond on the north side of Vancouver, Washington, offers excellent seasonal fishing for stocked trout and decent bass and panfish angling. Kress Lake.
Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond is a very popular place in Clark County to swim. Details. . Powerbait and nightcrawlers have been the go to bait good and a fly under a. , entire pond closed to public fishing May 4 - Pond open to participants in the Youth Fishing event, but closed to the general public until 3:00 p. .
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Fishing has been great. .
Apr 17, 2023 · The lakes are stocked.
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1 miles, one way.