Crescent lake fishing report 2020

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Crescent Lake Pierce County


Crescent Lake is a freshwater lake located in Pierce County, Washington. At an elevation of ft. and 49 acres, it's home to a couple species of fish, including rainbow trout. Crescent Lake provides good shoreline access and a boat launch.

Stocked Fish:Rainbow
Lake Size:49 acres
Elevation: ft.
Boat Launch:Yes (1)
Crescent Lake
Shoreline Access:Good


Crescent Lake Stocking Reports

Crescent Lake has been historically stocked with rainbow. The largest rainbow ever stocked is lbs. This year so far, there has been 2 stockings of rainbow at an average of lbs. In the past, Crescent Lake stocked thousands of rainbow averaging lbs.

DateQuantityFish
May 5, Rainbow @ lbs
April 15, Rainbow @ lbs
May 13, Rainbow @ lbs
April 28, Rainbow @ lbs
May 9, Rainbow @ lbs
April 19, Rainbow @ lbs
April 17, 82Rainbow @ lbs
May 4, Rainbow @ lbs
April 19, Rainbow @ lbs
April 14, Rainbow @ lbs


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Crescent Lake Fish Species

Crescent Lake provides excellent opportunities for rainbow trout.


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Rainbow trout


Crescent Lake Fishing Reports

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


Crescent Lake - Rainbow Trout Fishing Tips

At Crescent Lake, the best time for catching rainbow trout is morning. Anglers also reported success with rainbow trout around evening. Trolling and trolling with fly are the common and successful methods used at Crescent Lake to catch rainbow trout.


Crescent Lake - Largemouth Bass Fishing Tips

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




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Kitsap County

mi. away
acres
elevation: ft.

Horseshoe Lake

Stocking:
May 3, - Rainbow - @ lbs
April 14, - Rainbow - @ lbs

For October:
Bluegill Rainbow trout Largemouth bass Pumpkinseed Sunfish

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Pierce County

9 mi. away
acres
elevation: ft.

Carney Lake

Stocking:
May 4, - Rainbow - @ lbs
April 16, - Rainbow - @ lbs

For October:
Brown troutRainbow trout

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Kitsap County

mi. away
acres
elevation: ft.

Wye Lake

Stocking:
September 27, - Rainbow - @ lbs
March 29, - Rainbow - @ lbs

For October:
Rainbow trout Largemouth bass

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Pierce County

12 mi. away
acres
elevation: ft.

Jackson Lake

Stocking:
May 10, - Rainbow - @ lbs
April 19, - Rainbow - @ lbs

For October:
Rainbow trout

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Crescent Lake 

Crescent Lake Fishing

Larry Blakesy steve n. (4) At first look, the lake water in Crescent Lake Fl for fishing is exceptional for bluegilland shellcracker and popular during late spring/early summer as the fish congregate during their spawn. Largemouth bass anglers fish early mornings and late evening to avoid the heat during the summer months. Deeper docks and pilings on Lake Crescent provide great targets. Live shiners, as well as artificial baits, should both be useful during the winter months.

None of the lakes located off the St John&#;s river are as unique as Crescent lake. Lake George is situated a few miles NorthEast. Crescent lake is approximately 30 square miles in length of clean water, abundant vegetation, and beautiful scenery. The lake has a fair amount of wildlife, including the majestic bald eagle. The lake&#;s uniqueness stems from the fact that it has a large variety of bass fishing features. Everything from Shallow grass, shell beds, sharp drops, ledges. Deepwater, pad fields, logs, and cypress trees, including boat docks. Crescent lake has them all; no matter what the pattern or the fishing day provides, there something here for everyone to fish.

Where else?

A large marsh feeds Crescent Lake to the east and two small creeks on its South end. Its primary connection is to the St. Johns River, approximately six miles to the North, by Dunns Creek, a twisting, and winding creek, which has good bass fishing on its own. The water levels in Crescent are generally affected by the St. Johns River.

The average depth is 10 feet, with some sustained areas of feet along the lower West shoreline and a deep foot channel between Crescent and Dead Lake.

One particular &#;oddity&#; about Crescent, which is sure to make the structure-oriented bass fishermen sit up and take notice, is the excellent drop-off that runs parallel to the shoreline for nearly the entire circumference of the lake. In general, the lake&#;s bottom topography shows a slight tapering out from the shoreline until a depth of feet. Then, in most locations, there is a very rapid descent into feet. There is a little, but not much. Hydrilla, milfoil, and other grasses and the only lily pad fields of significance are in the shallow basin. These pad fields are also productive crappie locations during the spawning months of February through March. Local anglers find them schooling in the open waters just before and after the spawn. But, during the spawn, they will be with the pads.

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Crescent Lake is approximately 30 square miles in length of clean water and abundant vegetation. The lake averages about 10 feet deep, with some sustained areas of feet along the lower West shoreline and a deep foot channel between Crescent and Dead Lake to the south.The lake also has access to the St. Johns River through Dunns Creek at the north end of the lake. It is approximately 5 Log infor additional details

Getting there:

From Florida FWC: From us 17 in downtown Crescent City, head east on Central Avenue for mile to the ramp at the end of the road. The second ramp is off US 17 toward Crescent City then left on Paradise Shores Rd then Right on Smith Rd to ramp. The third ramp is off US 17 in the Pomona Park area take a left on E Main St then right on Pomona Landing Rd at the end turn right and the ramp will be on the left.

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Crescent Lake Spring trip 2020

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Crescent

Location: Crescent
Angler: SovietSlayer
Species: Steelhead

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Crescent

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Angler: uplandsandpiper
Species: Rainbow Trout

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Angler: TyeeMatt
Species: Rainbow Trout

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Species: Cutthroat Trout

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Crescent

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Angler: aindrei
Species: Rainbow Trout

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Angler: Joe26
Species: Rainbow Trout

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Species: Rainbow Trout

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Species: Rainbow Trout

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2020 report lake crescent fishing

Lake Cresent

Due to COVID, some recreation areas may still be closed or have limited facilities. For the latest from WDFW, please visit the COVID webpage

Contained within Olympic National Park, Crescent Lake  is regulated by the National Park Service.

The lake has unique populations of Rainbow Trout (Beardslee) and Coastal Cutthroat (Oncorhynchus clarki clarki f. crescentii) trout, and also contains Kokanee. 

For more information, call Olympic National Park HQ at () or check the Internet at http://www.nps.gov/olym/fishregs.htm.

Two-pole fishingis NOT allowed

Special fishing restrictions:

Shoreline access: Good - Roads and trails follow the shoreline, providing good access to the lake.

Lake information

County: Clallam
Acreage: ac.
Elevation: ft.
Center: ,
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A Trip to Crescent Lake

Crescent Lake


Rating - Unknown

Kokanee, Mackinaw, Rainbow and Brown Trout, Whitefish and Chubs. THE LAKE IS EXTREMELY LOW ! The lake is only at 5% capacity! No current report.

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Crescent Lake

Due to COVID, some recreation areas may still be closed or have limited facilities. For the latest from WDFW, please visit the COVID webpage

Crescent Lake, located just north of Gig Harbor, is open the fourth Saturday in April through October 31 and offers good harvest oppurtunity for stocked Rainbow trout.

 

Two-pole fishingis allowed

Shoreline access: Good - Limited shoreline access

WDFW water access areas on this lake

Species you might catch

Lake information

County: Pierce
Acreage: ac.
Elevation: ft.
Center: ,
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Fishing prospects calendar

Rainbow trout

Fishing success for Rainbow Trout is generally best in the spring when thousands of fish are stocked statewide, but they can be caught year-round in most waters with a little patience and persistence. Success remains high into June and gradually declines as water temperatures increase and fish move offshore to stay cool. Fish that escaped the spring harvest return to the nearshore areas in the fall as waters cool off. Some waters may also be stocked again in the fall further boosting catch rates.

Chart showing fishing prospects throughout the calendar year
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