Cocolalla Lake is an accessible, 800-acre year-round fishery fed by Cocolalla Creek with an average depth of 26 feet. Cocolalla Creek provides spawning habitat for brown, rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout. Opportunities for other warm water fish really sets this lake apart from other north Idaho lakes, especially the chance to catch channel catfish. It is popular for ice fishing in winter. Boat access is available on the northeast end adjacent to the campground. Shoreline fishing access is primarily limited to the northeast end and the east shoreline. Private ownership limits access on the southern end and west side.
Northern Idaho, N. of Coeur d'Alene
10 miles S. of Sandpoint