Brownlee Reservoir Update

Brownlee Reservoir - Richland, OR

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

No recent fishing reports. Please be aware that Spring Recreation Campground will be closed from Feb. 1 – March 31 for the replacement of the self-adjusting boarding docks and guide rails.

Call the Idaho Power Company’s recording at 1-800-422-3143 to get information on access at recreational sites. | Reservoir level information

More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Ben Irving Reservoir: With Warming Weather Fish Will Start to Be More Active
Chetco River: Clear & Low Water Conditions This Week
Cooper Creek Reservoir: Warmer Weather Might Have The Fish on The Bite
Diamond Lake: There Have Been Some Anglers Catching Some Nice Trout
Elk River: Anglers Are Doing Pretty Good on Steelhead
Galesville Reservoir: Reservoir is On The Rise
Illinois River: Conditions Are Extremely Clear
Lost Creek Lake: Anglers Reporting Good Success By The Marina
Rogue River- Lower: Anglers Still Picking up Good Size Steelhead
Rogue River - Middle: More Winter Fish Are Showing Up Everyday
Rogue River- Upper: Upper Rogue River Report
Umpqua River: Umpqua River Report
Alsea River: There Have Been a Few Good Days For Bank Anglers
Kilchis River: The Kilchis is Low & Clear
Necanicum River: Necanicum River Report
Nehalem River: Main Stem Nehalem is Getting into Good Conditions
Nestucca River: Nestucca is in Prime Condition Right Now
Siletz River: Steelhead Fishing Has Picked Up
Siuslaw River: Fishing Continues To Be Slow Despite Good Conditions
Trask River: Trask is in Decent Shape Right Now
Wilson River: There Have Been Good Days But Ther're Sporadic
Dexter Reservoir: Recently Stocked
Santiam River ( North Fork) Above Detroit Lake: Santiam River North Fork Report
Smith Reservoir: Smith Reservoir Update
Crooked River: Fishing Has Been Good
Lake Billy Chinook: Kokanee Fishing Has Been Excellent

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