Jefferson County Washington Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Jefferson County Washington

Place USGS Topo Map
Anderson Lake Port Townsend South
Beausite Lake Center
Browns Lake Center
Buck Lake Mount Steel
Buckhorn Lake Mount Townsend
Buckmans Lake Port Townsend South
Cedar Lake Wellesley Peak
Charlia Lakes Mount Deception
Claywood Lake Wellesley Peak
Cream Lake Mount Queets
Crocker Lake Uncas
Delanty Lake Center
Devils Lake Mount Walker
Dragon Lake Mount Tom
Elk Lake Mount Olympus
Frog Lake McCartney Peak
Gibbs Lake Center
Hagen Lake Mount Skokomish
Harrison Lake Mount Townsend
Hart Lake Mount Steel
Home Lake Mount Deception
Horseshoe Lake Center
Iceberg Lake Mount Steel
Jupiter Lakes Mount Jupiter
Kimta Lake Kimta Peak
Kurtz Lake Kimta Peak
Lake Beauty Kimta Peak
Lake Ben Mount Skokomish
Lake Connie Mount Hoquiam
Lake Constance Mount Deception
Lake Dilly Kloochman Rock
Lake LaCrosse Mount Steel
Lake Lillian McCartney Peak
Lake Margaret Mount Christie
Lake Mary Mount Christie
Lake Sundown Mount Hoquiam
Larson Lake Center
Leland Lake Uncas
Lena Lake Mount Washington
Lilly Lake Finley Creek
Lords Lake Uncas
Lost Lake Lofall
Ludlow Lake Center
Marmot Lake Maiden Peak
Martins Lakes Mount Christie
Milk Lake Mount Washington
Moon Lake Center
Morgan Hill Reservoir Port Townsend South
Mud Lake Lofall
Peterson Lake Center
Pheasant Lake Lofall
Reflection Lake Bunch Lake
Rice Lake Mount Walker
Round Lake Finley Creek
Royal Lake Mount Deception
Sandy Shore Lake Center
Scout Lake The Brothers
Silent Lake Quilcene
Silver Lake Mount Townsend
Sink Lake Mount Townsend
Strangers Lake Port Townsend South
Sunset Lake Center
Tarboo Lake Center
Teal Lake Port Ludlow
Thorndyke Lake Lofall
Three Lakes Bunch Lake
Three Prune Lakes Kimta Peak
Tibbals Lake Port Townsend North
Tule Lake Lofall
Twin Lakes Lofall
Upper Lena Lake The Brothers
Wildcat Lake The Brothers
Yahoo Lake Stequaleho Creek

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Jefferson County, Washington. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.