Fishing in Aberdeen, Washington - Washington
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Lakes & Reservoirs

Lake Sylvia State Park
The park is a quiet, 233-acre camping park with 15,000 feet of freshwater shoreline. The park is an old logging camp in a wooded area halfway between Olympia and the Pacific shore. Aside from the interesting displays of old logging gear and curiosities, the lake is good for fishing, and the rustic charm of the park makes for excellent day outings and group camping trips.
FishingHiking is allowed
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Grayland Beach State Park
is a 412-acre, year-round, marine camping park with 7,449 feet of spectacular ocean frontage, just south of the town of Grayland. There is a quarter-mile interpretive trail to the beach from parking and camping areas. Other recreational activities include camping, picnicking, fishing, clamming, horseback riding, and beachcombing. This area is a great place for visitors who like to bird watch.
FishingBirdwatchingHorses are allowed

Pacific Pines State Park
The park sits on the Pacific shore. The area is conducive to all manner of day-trip beach activity and nature observation. The park features a shore on the Pacific Coast, with fishing, crabbing, and clamming opportunities in season. Beachcombing is always popular. The park offers five unsheltered picnic tables, available first-come, first-served.
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Schafer State Park
This is a 119-acre camping park on the Satsop River, midway between Olympia and Ocean Park. A big attraction to park users is the abundant fishing for steelhead, cutthroat trout and salmon on the Satsop River. Activities at the park include picnicking, hiking, fishing, river floating, camping, and a children's swing area.
FishingPicnic tableHiking is allowed
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Rivers & Streams

Griffiths-Priday State Park
This is a 364-acre marine park with 8,316 feet of saltwater shoreline on the Pacific Ocean and 9,950 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Copalis River. The park extends from the beach through low dunes to the river, then north to the river's mouth. The Copalis Spit natural area, a designated wildlife refuge, is also part of the park. A boardwalk connects the dunes with the beach. Activities at the park include fishing, horseback riding, kite flying, canoeing, hiking, beach combing, razor clamming, and bird watching.
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