Newman Lake (1,200 acres): This lake 14 miles east of Spokane on Highway 290 has something for everybody: largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, perch, catfish, plus rainbow and brown trout. Plants of catchable-size rainbow and brown trout supplement the natural population. In addition, Newman has been stocked with tiger muskies, with a one-fish, 36-inch minimum size limit; please check your regulations pamphlet for details. There is public access on the east shore, and resorts.
Year-around open season. Disabled accessibility with good WC accessibility. To reach Newman Lake head East on Trent (Highway 290) then turn left on Starr Road, left at "T" and finally left into launch area at sign.