Skookum Watershed

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Skookum Watershed is a small rain-fed catchment and the main tributary to the shallow Skookum Inlet located in western South Puget Sound. The watershed includes a well studied cutthroat trout population. Approximately 500 people live in the watershed, and the watershed is on a state highway between McCleary and the tribal center of the Squaxin Island Tribe