Lost Creek Reservoir Fish Report for 3-27-2019
87 Percent Full
Lost Creek Reservoir - Trail, OR (Jackson County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Lost Creek received its first stocking of 20,000 legal rainbow trout the week of March 18. There should still be good populations of holdover fish from last year as well. The lake is 87 percent full and both ramps are usable. Surface temperature has risen to 49 degrees.
Recent reports indicate anglers have found success on red wedding rings fished with a worm behind a dodger or flashers, as well as PowerBait fished deep while trolling.
Some of the trout have external parasites called copepods. Fish parasites generally do not pose a threat to humans when fish are cooked, and copepods can be scraped off prior to cooking. Anglers are encourage to keep fish that have copepods while staying within the daily limit, since release simply allows the parasite to expand to other hosts.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, March 27th, 2019
John Day River: Steelhead Are Now Present
Wilson River: Some Fish Being Caught
Lake Billy Chinook: Anglers Reporting Good Success
Clackamas River: Positive Fishing on The Clackamas
Foster Reservoir: Foster Reservoir Late March Report
Green Peter Reservoir: Trout and Bass Are Good Options For Anglers
Santiam River North Fork-2: Santiam River North Fork Late March Report
Santiam River (South Fork): Currently Flows Are Still Fairly Slow
Willamette River: Late March Fishing Report
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