Ice Is Likely Not Thick Enough

Hyatt Lake - Ashland, OR (Jackson County)


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
2-18-2021
Website

The ice at Hyatt is likely not thick enough to safely ice fish. Don’t expect a fishing destination until early spring. Rather this is more of a destination for a winter weekend adventure. Hyatt Lake Resort is open, serving food to go. Check out their Facebook page for more information or call the resort: 877-411-5545. There are a number of groomed cross-country trails in the area as well and the Table Mountain snow park. Visitors should have a USFS snow park pass.

The Mountain View boat ramp and all federal and state campgrounds are closed and inaccessible.

There is a Hwy 66 and Hyatt Lake Rd webcam that may help you if you are planning an adventure up here. Also, ODOT trip check is worth looking at.




More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, February 18th

Hood River: A Few Winter Steelhead Are Being Reported
Clackamas River: Fishing is Starting To Pick Up
Detroit Reservoir: Detroit Reservoir Report
Green Peter Reservoir: Water Elevation is Starting to Slowly Rise
Sandy River: Expect New Fish Throughout The System
Santiam River North Fork-2: Water Clarity is Good Despite High Flows
Santiam River (South Fork): South Fork Santiam River Report
Willamette River: Willamette River Report
Kilchis River: Dropped Into Prime Shape
Necanicum River: High But Fishable
Nehalem River: Nice Wild Fish Starting To Show Up
Nestucca River: Blown Out
Trask River: Trask River Report
Wilson River: Should Drop into Shap by Thursday
Applegate Reservoir: Lake Rose 7 Feet From Last Week
Applegate River: Applegate River Report
Ben Irving Reservoir: Another Wet Weekend at Ben Irving
Elk River: Recent Rains Should Make For Excellent Conditions
Emigrant Reservoir: Reservoir Continues to Slowly Rise
Fish Lake : Fish Lake Has Been Getting Hammered With Snow

Rock Creek Hatchery production update

2-16-2021
ROSEBURG, Ore – ODFW staff continues to work on short-term solutions for hatchery production to maintain Umpqua fisheries and long-range...... Read More