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Sprague Lake
Aerial - Lincoln County, WA with part of Sprague Lake 01 - white balanced (9795150695).jpg
Aerial view of Lincoln County, WA with Sprague Lake in the lower right corner.
Location Washington
Primary inflows Ettienne Creek
Primary outflows Cow Creek
Basin countries United States
Surface area 1,760 acres (712 ha)
Max. depth 20 ft (6 m)
Water volume 19,000 acre ft (0.023 km┬│)
Surface elevation 1883 ft (574 m)
Islands Harper Island

Sprague Lake is a lake in Washington, straddling the border of Adams and Lincoln counties. It is two miles west of the town of Sprague. Sprague Lake is drained by Cow Creek, a tributary of the Palouse River. The lake was originally called Lake Colville.

Sprague Lake is used for sport fishing of rainbow and cutthroat trout, largemouth bass, bluegill, as well as brown bullhead, channel catfish, black crappie, and yellow perch.

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