Phillips Reservoir Fish Report for 4-17-2019
Anglers Having Good Success
Phillips Reservoir - Gaston, OR (Yamhill County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Current reservoir storage is at 34 percent of capacity and increasing. The reservoir is now ice-free. Approximately 4,700 legal-size rainbow trout have been recently stocked.
Anglers usually have good success catching holdover trophy-size trout in the upper reservoir just after ice-out.
Construction of the new boat launch surface at the Mason Dam Boat Launch is now complete and the launch has re-opened to public access. Boaters will find much improved conditions for launching boats.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
Siletz River: April is The Peak Month
Wood River: Wood River Opens April 22
Willow Valley Reservoir: Largemouth Fishing Can Be Good in April
Tenmile Lakes: Lake Level Should Begin to Drop
Willow Creek Reservoir: High and Muddy
Lake Billy Chinook: Trout Fishing Has Been Good
Clackamas River: Steelhead Conditions Are Improving
Nehalem River: Nehalem Crested at Just Over 7 Feet
Krumbo Reservoir: Fish Are Willing to Bite
Mann Lake: Mann Lake Has Some Water
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