Lake Selmac Fish Report for 1-14-2021
Bass Fishing May Not Be A Bad Idea
Lake Selmac - Selma, OR (Josephine County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
This weekend will be pretty mild for January. Bass fishing may not be bad. Stripping a leech can be very effective. The first yea’rs trout stocking is not scheduled until mid-February.
All the aquatic weeds at Selmac have died off and water conditions look clear.
Lake Selmac facilities operated by Josephine County Parks are currently open. More information about Josephine County Parks can be found on their website.
Lake Selmac also has a recent non-native introduction of a bryozoan. Bryozoans are mossy like creatures that usually help to clean water and that are not typically harmful to humans. However, this particular species has been known to harbor a disease that can be transmitted to salmon and steelhead. Please drain and dry your vessel if you are going to another water body and help stop Oregon’s aquatic hitchhikers!
Anglers are reminded that only 1 bass may be harvested from Selmac per day.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, January 14th
Upper Klamath Lake: Upper Klamath Lake Report
Klamath River - Upper - OR: Klamath River Report
Applegate River: Some Nice Fish Are Starting to Show
Ben Irving Reservoir: Reservoir is Likely Rising & Muddy
Coquille River: Coquille River Basin Report
Diamond Lake: Ice May Be a Bit Thin
Emigrant Reservoir: May Not Be A Bad Spot to Target Crappie & Bass
Fish Lake : Ice Was Last Reported at 6-9 Inches
Galesville Reservoir: Reservoir is Filling Up
Hemlock Lake: Recent Report Said The Road Was Open
Hyatt Lake: Hyatt Lake Report
Illinois River: River Should Be Dropping All Week and Be Fishable Late Friday
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