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Lake Washington - Cedar River
Lake Washington, Mouth of the Cedar River, Renton, WA
Type: Lake
Difficulty: Snorkling, Beginner
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Debris, Kelp Forest

This is an interesting, and shallow freshwater dive site located at in Lake Washington, right at the mouth of the Cedar River. The bottom is mostly barren sand or silt with large fields of milfoil directly at the mouth of the river. You'll find logs and tree stumps scattered around.

The real attraction for this site is the salmon run in late mid-late September, and through October. The salmon gather together in this portion of the lake before heading up the river, giving a unique experience of swimming with them in open water. Besides the salmon (or if you come when they aren't running) you can find bass, bluegill, carp and tons of crayfish.

You can anchor or tie up boats to the logs or stumps at the mouth where the water is waist deep or less. wade or swim directly out to about 5-10' where the bottom drops off steeply down to 25-35' where the descent become much more gradual. You can continue downward but the temperature drops and there isn't much to see.

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