This brief video gives you a lay of the land of Roesiger Lake in Snohomish County, Washington State. Details such as parking lots, launch areas, surrounding houses, shallow areas, and the overall landscape are displayed to give you a better idea of this fishing location.
Lake Roesiger is 352 acres with a developed shoreline. This lake is 11 miles north of Monroe off Woods Creek Road to the Roesiger entry road, left and then right to the boat ramp. The ramp is concrete and will take boats to 16 feet without difficulty except that the parking lot is small and can be hard to maneuver in. Parking is limited and street parking is also hard to come by on a busy day. The lake holds rainbows, silvers, and spiny rays including bass. The lake has three distinct areas with the center area being shallow and the northern part of the lake being the deepest, with depths to 115 feet. The shoreline is developed, however, the north part of the lake is quite nice with wooded Cascade foothills surrounding it. There is a county park on the lower third of the lake which has picnicking and an area to hand launch smaller boats. No water-skiing is allowed until after 10am.
Three for one deal on this lake. Lower lake connects into a shallow middle section and then into a larger, deeper north end. A nice country drive to get there. Very limited trailer parking.