Fishing in the Darrington area comes in a variety of flavors, from high mountain lakes to clear flowing rivers and streams. There are over 3,000 different bodies of water that are sure to provide residents and visitors with memorable fishing experiences. Connoisseurs of the art of angling try their skills in the local Sauk, Stillaguamish, and Skagit Rivers for Coho, Sockeye, and Chinook salmon to name a few. Native and hatchery Steelhead are also on the list, but be sure to check with Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife and US Fish & Wildlife Department for updated rules,regulations and seasonal information for all species.

Fishing Pole Rentals
Do you need a fishing pole for that last minute fishing excursion or did you forget yours at home? The Gold Nugget Jewelry & Loan Shop can assist you with fishing pole rentals. They also provide fishing licenses and can assist you with obtaining a Discover Pass.

2017-2018 Sport Fishing Regulation Pamphlet

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Click the image to download the Sport Fishing Regulation Pamphlet. Please always review the rules and regulations before sport fishing.

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Large White Trillium

Trillium bloom in deep, moist soil of the forest floor. The common name "Wake Robin" is because it is an early sign of spring, much like the robin bird. "Tri" meaning three, the trillium has three Broad ovate leaves with a white flower of three pedals.

As the Trillium matures it turns from a light pink to a rich wine color. You will often times find trillium growing among Yellow Wood Violets, Bleeding Heart and Siberian Miner's Lettuce.

You will find Trillium beginning to bloom in April and later in higher elevations Good trails to see Trillium are Beaver Lake, Lookout Tree, Old Sauk Trail, Bedal Creek and North Sauk Trail.

March – June