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Lewis County’s Plummer Lake is located in the S.W. section of the town of Centralia. It covers about 12 surface acres, reaches depths of 36 feet and lies at an elevation of 180 feet. Fish species include largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and rainbow trout. Prime bass habitat includes overhanging brush and trees, old logs and wood in the water and a few private docks.
Public access is provided by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. The small access area has limited paved parking, a pit toilet and a steep, 20 step access to the lake. This access is for hand carried craft only. I launched my canoe at this access -- And a few other areas before the access was built. The access area can be seen through the cottonwood trees from I-5.
To get there, exit I-5 at exit #81 and turn right on Mellen Street, back under the freeway a very short distance and turn left on Ellsbury Street (towards the Lake Shore Motel) to Lake Shore drive. Travel north, around the lake to Tilly Street and turn left about 50 feet to Lewis Street. Turn right on Lewis Street for about 80 feet and turn left at the Centralian Appartments.
Continue straight ahead to WDFW public access area.
Overview and photo by Bob Johansen
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