Badger Lake is located in Spokane County in the State of Washington. This lake has a boat launch on the west side of the lake near the Lions Building. Depths in this reservoir vary from throughout the lake. 45 feet is the deepest part of the lake I have found.
Badger Lake contains Pike to 30 Plus pounds, perch, whitefish, and burbot. There are rumors that walleye exist in here as well but I have never caught or seen one caught.
Badger is home to an annual Ice Fishing Derby. It is held by the Badger Lake Fishing Derby Comity. The concession is run by the Lomond Lions Club, the derby is held in February every year. The winning fish in this tournament are usually over thirty pounds or real close to it.
Fun Things To Do:
- Trout, Cutthroat West Slope
- Trout, Rainbow
- Handicap Dock: Yes
- Camping Available: No
- Restrooms Available: Yes
- Boat Launch Available: Yes
- Launch Type: Concrete
- Dates Open: Last Sat in April through September 30.
- Motorized Boats Allowed: Yes
Driving Directions: From Cheney, go south on Cheney Plaza Road to Williams Lake Road, then west on Williams Lake Road to Badger Lake Road, then north on Badger Lake road 1.5 miles to Public Fishing sign.
Click Here for a Map and Direction to Badger Lake.