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  Mineral Lake 2008 Fishing Season!

Fishing season on Mineral Lake opens on Saturday, April 26, 2008 and closes on September 30, 2008.

Don't miss the American Legion Storm King Post #171 Fishing Derby

Check out our 5th of July Fishing Derby Benefit!
$2.00 Entry Fee--CASH Prizes--Plus Silent Auction

More info on Activities Page or Events Page


1st Place Mike Harstad, Mineral,
13 lbs., 5 oz.,  31" length, 18" girth

2nd Place Ray Butler, Orting,
12 lbs., 14 oz., 29 1/2" length, 17 1/4" girth

3rd Place Larry Ellis, Auburn,
11 lbs., 10 oz., 31" length, 17" girth


Other derby entries caught on Opening Day, April 26th, 2008






Details to come some time this week.  Wasn't it a fantastic weekend?




Be sure to send us your fish photos! Picture Upload Form Coming Soon !


You can also email your digital photo to us and we will try to get it in the photo gallery.  Please include the weight, length, when you caught it and information about the bait or lure you used and whether you were trolling or still fishing.
Or, stop by Mineral Market with your catch for us to photograph for you or bring your own photo for us to scan.

Fish Planted in Mineral Lake, Lewis County can be found here on the W.D.F.W. website.  Scroll down to the Lewis County section of that page and look for Mineral Lake.  The fish listed as being reared in net pens were reared in Mineral Lake at Mineral Lake Resort

Mineral Lake Resort
Mineral, WA 98355


Mineral Lake Resort sits in the shadows of Mount Rainier. Remember to bring your camera; the view of
the mountain from the lake is breathtaking. Mineral Lake Resort offers boat rentals, dock fishing,
cabins, RV spaces, boat moorage, and a Tackle, Bait & Snack Shop.

Email Mineral Lake Resort

Lion's Den Campground
113 Front Street East
Mineral, WA 98355

Phone: Orv Christiansen 360-492-5561
Phone: Dick Suter 360-492-5685





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