The state of Washington is loaded with great fishing opportunity. You will find rainbows, cutthroats, browns and bull trout. The Eastern side of the state has some well known trout streams; while the west side is also loaded with exceptional fishing for many species. Fishing near the coast you can catch coastal cuthroat. People have been known to catch these right off the beach. By looking closely at many smaller rivers that are not listed here, you can find some secret honey holes. Most mountain streams in this state will have trout fishing, so the best way to find them is to get out there and explore. As always, I try not to disclose any smaller streams and areas that cannot sustain a lot of fishing pressure. I just give general areas and you can connect the dots to find a great out of the way spot to slay some fish.
An interesting river that will provide great fishing even in the heat of the summer.
A sweet river with some wading access. You can pull this off in a canoe, raft or drift boat as well. You might find some big rainbows and will find even some bull trout in the Kettle. Its worth a look if you are in the area.
Great Fishery, yes you can catch trout right in the town of Spokane, on the Spokane river. The Fishing picks up in early summer when the caddis start popping.