Catch your Limit at Black Beach Resort!
FISHING at Black Beach Resort
Known as one of the best fishing opportunities in the state of Washington, Lake Curlew offers outstanding trout fishing.
Black Beach Resort hosts an annual bass tournament the last week in September. People come from all over the northwest to angle the elusive tiger muskie. The current state record tiger muskie was caught right in front of one of our docks!
North Ferry County offers other great places to fish, within a short drive of the resort. The Kettle River is known for their brown trout, Swan Lake, Ferry Lake, Long Lake, Renner Lake and others offer the angler a variety of fishing experiences.
Eich’s Mercantile in the town of Republic also carries fishing licenses. They are open Monday through Friday.
Fishing Gear & More
The Black Beach Resort store in the front office carries tackle and most of your fishing supplies, as well as cold drinks, snack and merchandise. For any questions, call us at (509) 775-3989.
You can also find fishing gear at Eich’s Mercantile in the town of Republic.
Fishing Holes in the Area
In addition to Lake Curlew, our area has so much to offer for those who love to fish!
The Kettle River, near Curlew, Washington (about 15 minutes from Curlew Lake), is a wild, beautiful river abundant in fish and wildlife that winds its way through the north end of our county. If you’d like to do more than just fish, floating the river is a peaceful, unique experience! The river is great for swimming and sunning too. If you’re interested in a guided experience, check out Kettle River Fishing Adventures’ website here. They can show you the perfect spots for great catches!
Visit the FerryCounty.com website for pictures and more details about the Kettle River.
Fishing Lakes in Ferry County
Explore the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s website to learn about all of the lakes our area has to offer for great and diverse fishing experiences!
Boat Rentals, Launch and Moorage
Black Beach Resort offers boat rentals and free boat launch to all our registered guests. For unregistered guests, boat launch is $3.