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Fishing and Hunting
We've got some of the best fishing and hunting in the Pacific Northwest. Come see why so many people keep coming back year after year.
With over 247,000 surfaces acres of water on or near Moses Lake, fishing is a favorite activity. Many local lakes (including Moses Lake) are open for year-round fishing. Local waters offer walleye, trout, bass, perch, crappie, catfish, and more.
Thanks to the valiant efforts of the Central Washington Fish Advisory Committee (CWFAC), big things are happening in our own Grant County waterways. This non-profit volunteer driven group is actively building and placing 4' x 4' x 8' artificial habitat boxes to essentially create vast reefs of new fish habitat within our waters.
Check out The following sites for more information on Fishing in Grant County
Central Washington Fish Advsory
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Fishing Lakes in Grant County
Big Wallys Guide Service
Grant County Fishing Reports
North Central Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
Fish Washington (WDFW)
Great Washington Getaways (WDFW)
Great Washington Getway - Potholes Reservoir (WDFW)
Grant County boasts some of the best upland bird and migratory waterfowl hunting in the country. Be sure to consult state hunting regulations for current information. A variety of maps of the area and information is available from many different sources.
Be sure to consult state hunting regulations for current information.
Some of those sources include:
Washington Waterfowl Association
Ducks Unlimited Wingshooting Tips
National Atlas Map of Area
National Weather Service Forecast
Duck Hunter's Refuge