Fishing at
Lost Lake Snohomish County


Lost Lake is a freshwater lake located in Snohomish County, Washington. At an elevation of 449 ft. and 11.9 acres, it's home to a couple species of fish, including rainbow trout, largemouth bass and coastal cutthroat trout (resident). Lost Lake provides good shoreline access and a boat launch.

Stocked Fish: Rainbow
Lake Size: 11.9 acres
Elevation: 449 ft.
Boat Launch: Yes (1)
Lost Lake
WDFW Access: Yes
Shoreline Access: Good

Lost Lake Stocking Reports

Lost Lake has been historically stocked with rainbow. The largest rainbow ever stocked is 0.45 lbs. In the past, Lost Lake stocked thousands of rainbow averaging 0.43 lbs.

Date Quantity Fish
March 15, 2023 1575 Rainbow @ 0.4lbs
March 30, 2022 1518 Rainbow @ 0.45lbs
March 22, 2021 1530 Rainbow @ 0.43lbs
April 15, 2020 1529 Rainbow @ 0.45lbs
March 21, 2017 1518 Rainbow @ 0.43lbs
March 29, 2016 1575 Rainbow @ 0.4lbs


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Lost Lake Map

Lost Lake Fish Species

Lost Lake provides excellent opportunities for rainbow trout as well as good opportunities for largemouth bass and coastal cutthroat trout (resident).


January February March April May June July August September October November December
Rainbow trout
Largemouth bass
Coastal cutthroat trout (resident)

Lost Lake Fishing Reports

An modestly traveled lake, there has been some successful reports by anglers at Lost 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 Lost Lake.

A list of the best bait to use for stocked rainbow trout.


Lost Lake - Rainbow Trout Fishing Tips

At Lost Lake, the best time for catching rainbow trout is afternoon. Anglers also reported success with rainbow trout around all day. Popular baits used include power bait and worms for rainbow trout. Top fishing from boat and trolling are the common and successful methods used at Lost Lake to catch rainbow trout.


Lost Lake - Largemouth Bass Fishing Tips

At Lost Lake, the best time for catching largemouth bass is morning. Anglers also reported success with largemouth bass around afternoon. Bottom fishing from boat and bottom fishing from shore are the common and successful methods used at Lost Lake to catch largemouth bass.



Lost Lake Pictures & Media

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There are a number of similar sized lakes relatively close to Lost Lake, including Echo Lake, Crescent Lake, Temple Pond 1, Temple Pond 2 and Trestle Swamp.

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