Crabapple Lake is a freshwater lake located in Snohomish County, Washington. At an elevation of 414 ft. and 35.5 acres, it's home to several species of fish, including yellow perch, rainbow trout, largemouth bass and coastal cutthroat trout (resident). Crabapple Lake provides good shoreline access and a boat launch.Stocked Fish: Rainbow
Crabapple Lake has been historically stocked with rainbow. The largest rainbow ever stocked is 0.5 lbs. This year so far, there has been 2 stockings of rainbow at an average of 0.5 lbs. In the past, Crabapple Lake stocked thousands of rainbow averaging 0.43 lbs.
|May 3, 2020||2600||Rainbow @ 0.5lbs|
|May 3, 2020||420||Rainbow @ 0.48lbs|
|April 20, 2017||3500||Rainbow @ 0.4lbs|
|April 21, 2016||3552||Rainbow @ 0.42lbs|
Crabapple Lake provides excellent opportunities for rainbow trout as well as good opportunities for largemouth bass. There is also a chance to catch yellow perch and coastal cutthroat trout (resident) throughout the year.
|Coastal cutthroat trout (resident)|
An modestly traveled lake, there has been some successful reports by anglers at Crabapple Lake over the past few years.
Anglers reported the most success with rainbow trout. Largemouth bass is also a popular species to fish for at Crabapple Lake.
There are a number of similar sized lakes relatively close to Crabapple Lake, including
Lake Loma, Lake Ki, Lake Howard, Gissburg Ponds (North) and Gissburg Ponds (South).
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