Fishing Conditions Are Improving

Tenmile Lakes - Lakeside, OR (Coos County)


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
4-24-2019
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The Tenmile Lakes water levels are dropping and temperatures rising with sunny spring weather.

This should improve the fishing conditions for bass and other warmwater fish in the coming weeks. Anglers use small jigs or a worm on a hook fished near the bottom to catch yellow perch this time of year.

The Tenmile Lakes were stocked with legal rainbow the week of April 16. 

Tenmile Lakes provide some nice holdover trout this time of year, and some can measure over 17-inches long. Troll slow with a wedding ring tipped with a worm to catch these larger trout.




More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, April 24th
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Krumbo Reservoir: Bass Fishing Will Improve
Wood River: Fishing is Fair
Owyhee Reservoir: Fishing For Warmwater Species Has Been Fair
Mann Lake: Some Water and Fish Have Survived
Sprague River: River is Open To Fish
Phillips Reservoir: Phillips Reservoir Report
Klamath River - Middle: JC Boyle Reservoir is No Longer Spilling
Klamath River - Upper - CA:
Nestucca River: Few Early Summer Steelhead Showing Up
Coos River: Steelhead Returns Are Winding Down
Cooper Creek Reservoir: Lots of Trout
Fish Lake : Fishing Should Be Good
Rogue River Upper: Upper Rogue is in Good Shape

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