South Kitsap is home to many different lakes. Fishing and swimming is allowed at most of the lakes, but the seasons differ from lake to lake. Some have well established boat launches and some just have a gravel pad. The regulations for internal combustion motors also vary depending on the lake. Each lake has a link to access more information about the “Do’s and Don’t’s” for a lake.
On the outskirts of Kitsap County, right off of the Old Belfair Highway you’ll spot a little landing touching base with Tiger Lake.
Square Lake is a hidden gem in Kitsap County that offers a peaceful escape from the city. If you are looking for a quiet and scenic place to enjoy nature, […]
Popular Opening Day lake; provides excellent fishing for Rainbow Trout through Spring and early Summer.
Carney Lake fishing season is split: 4th Saturday in April–June 30; closed July & August. Re-opening September 1–November
This 100-acre lake is a very popular Opening Day lake, providing excellent fishing for Rainbow Trout,
Horseshoe Lake, aptly named for its shape, boasts a rock bottom and spring-fed waters. These waters stay clean and crystal clear throughout the year. The lake sits in the Burley […]
Wye Lake is a small Opening Day lake east of Belfair. Named for its irregular shape, it is an interesting lake to fish.
This 49-acre Lake opens for fishing from the 4th Saturday in April to October 31st, offering a good harvest opportunity
Long Lake, within County Park, is good fishing for Coastal Cutthroat in Spring. Largemouth Bass