The weather should be pretty decent for tomorrow traditional “opening day” for trout fishing on lowland lakes throughout Washington. The Department of Fish and Wildlife says that lakes all across the state have been stocked with millions of catchable fish, starting tomorrow and open for the next six months. WDFW Director Phil Anderson says that the start of the lowland lakes season is the biggest fishing day of the year. Would-be anglers need to have a current Washington freshwater fishing license; those can be purchased at hundreds of dealers all across the state, or you can also buy them on the Fish and Wildlife website. That website also has the latest stocking information, along with other tips and information on fishing lakes all around the state.