Upper Cispus River, WA

US Forest Service

Upper Cispus River

(Note:  Wrong picture) Predominately brook trout below Chambers Creek, Cispus River below Muddy Fork is more difficult to fish because water is cloudy from glacial silt coming off of Mt Adams. See...[more]




From Randle WA: Go south on SR131, left on 23 Rd (which parallels Lower Cispus River), left on 21 Rd, which parallels the Upper Cispus River

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