Fourmile Lake Fish Report for 12-16-2020
Inaccessible due to snow unless you have a snowmobile or snow machine
Fourmile Lake - (Klamath County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Inaccessible due to snow unless you have a snowmobile or snow machine. Water temperatures are approaching freezing. Fourmile Lake was stocked in late summer with monster hatchery trout. Fishing will be slow for 18- to 20-inch trophy trout, stocked rainbow trout with the occasional brook trout or lake trout.
Look for brook and lake trout cruising the shoreline looking for a place to spawn especially in the northwest corner of the lake. Trophy rainbow trout are massive this year averaging four pounds and they also taste great.
There is ample room for fishing from the bank and many areas for camping. Also, be prepared for the afternoon wind coming off Mt. Mcloughlin that makes fishing difficult from a boat.
The lake is very low at 10 percent full, based on the 15,600 acre feet taken out for irrigation. The lake is very clear and oligotrophic.
Call Lake of the Woods Resort for recent fishing reports Toll Free at 866-201-4194.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, December 16th, 2020
Wallowa River: Continues to Be Good For Trout & Whitefish
Fall River: Anglers Should Focus Their Effort During The Warmest Part of The Day
North Twin Lake: Anglers Reporting Fair Fishing
Metolius River: Consistent Fishing Between Allingham Bridge and Bridge 99
South Twin Lake: Anglers Reporting Fair Fishing
Alton Baker Canoe Canal: Stocked Again This Week
Clackamas River: Still Early For The Best of The Steelhead Run
Quartzville Creek: Best Conditions For Fishing Are Below 300 cfs.
Sandy River: Best Fishing Will Be As Water Levels Begin to Drop
Santiam River North Fork-2: River is Currently Running 3,600 CFS
Santiam River North Fork-2: Currently Flows Are at 2,800 CFS
Willamette River: Fish Ladder at Willamette Falls has Re-Opened and Salmon are Migrating up Into The River Above
Alsea River: Steelhead Fishing Starting to Pick Up
Kilchis River: Kilchis River Report
Nehalem River: Hatchery Run is Underway
Nestucca River: The Nestucca is Just Getting Started for Winter Steelhead
Siuslaw River: Whitaker Creek Area is the Best Location to Target The Returning Hatchery Fish
Trask River: Some Steelhead Around As It Starts to Drop
Wilson River: Wilson River Fishing Report
Coos River: The Lower Coos Bay estuary has been a little rough from the recent ocean swell
Emigrant Reservoir: Water Levels Are Starting to Rise
Fish Lake : Lake is Steadily Rising
Howard Prairie Reservoir: Expect Snow this Weekend
Hyatt Lake: Packed Snow and Slick Road Conditions
Illinois River: A Few Early Run Winter Steelhead Shoudl Be Starting to Show Up
Lake Selmac: Trout Should Still Be Available
Rogue River - Middle: Flows at Grants Pass was approximately 1,580 cfs and Dropping
Rogue River- Upper: Upper Rogue River Report
Smith River: Smith Should Be on The Rise This Week
Tenmile Lakes: Tenmile Lakes Fishing Report
Willow Lake: Lake is Currently at 58%
Campbell Reservoir: Reservoir is Likely Frozen
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