This video serves to show you the landscape and perks of Blackman's Lake as a fishing destination. We show you briefly what you need to know about this spot!
60 acre Blackman's Lake is located in the town of Snohomish in Washington State. There is access on the south shore and city park, with a disabled-accessible fishing pier on the northeast shore. Rainbow trout are the main attraction. Largemouth bass and yellow perch are also available. Expect fair fishing in spring and fall months! Disabled accessibility in county park Level 1. DP, WCT, ramp down to accessible fishing dock, picnic shelter, picnic areas and tables.
Mike Carey recalls it having rained every time he has been to Blackman's Lake, affecting his performance. But don't let that stop you from visiting this lake, especially if you are shore-bound. Three nice fishing piers and a good city park make this a popular lake to visit. The ramp is more suited to small boats.