Fishing The Moses Lake Area
Moses Lake attracts thousands of anglers to its waters every year — with good reason. Their primary interest is fishing for walleye, smallmouth and largemouth bass, which are abundant. There are also very good populations of crappie, bluegill and perch. With more than 6,000 surface acres and 120,000 miles of shoreline, there are lots of places to explore to find these popular game fish. Fishing can be very good from early spring through late fall. When winter weather is cold enough to freeze the lake, there will be ice fishers drilling holes to catch the big perch that Moses Lake is known for. There are excellent boat launches on the north and south ends of the lake as well as the east and west shores, so anglers are always within easy reach of productive fishing waters.