Located just three miles southeast of Snoqualmie Pass along the south side of I-90, take the Hyak exit to the boat launch & parking area on the south side of the reservoir. With a year round season, Keechelus should be good for 8 to 12 inch kokanee by early June. Trolling or still fishing is effective and chumming is permitted. Rainbows, cutthroat and burbot are also taken. There is a 10 fish catch limit for kokanee in addition to a 2-fish 14-inch minimum size trout daily limit. The lake is annually stocked with kokanee fry.
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