Emigrant Reservoir Fish Report for 5-26-2021
Bass Fishing Has Picked Up
Emigrant Reservoir - Ashland, OR (Jackson County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
With warming surface temperatures, trout anglers will want to fish off the bottom or with a sliding and threaded nighcrawler under a bobber. Trolling near the dam or up by the Emigrant Arm will be best for trout. For bank anglers interested in a little hike, walkalong the shore toward the dam to find the deepest water. The best success out here will be targeting warmwater fish.
Bass fishing has really picked up in the last few weeks. Anglers are throwing lipless crankbaits/rattlers, spinner baits, and Texas rigs. A nice 3- or 4-inch swim bait has also produced based on recent reports.
Crappie fishing with small crappie jigs is also producing.
For more information on park facilities closures visit the Jackson County Parks website.
The reservoir has been rising the last few weeks due to water transfers from Howard and Hyatt and is at 36 percent. Surface temperatures are in the high 60s but will be heating up next week.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, May 26th
Campbell Reservoir: Crappie Fishing is Picking Up
Fourmile Lake: Will Be Stocked This Year
Gerber Reservoir: Water Temps Are Increasing Fast
Applegate Reservoir: Applegate Reservoir Report
Ben Irving Reservoir: Stocked For A Second Time This Spring
Cooper Creek Reservoir: Bas Fishing Has Been Good
Coos River: Coos River Basin Report
Coquille River: Coquille River Basin Report
Diamond Lake: Bite Should Pick Back up as Weather Improves
Eel Lake: Trout Fishing Continues to Be Good
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Monday, May 24th
Umatilla River: Umatilla River basin spring Chinook fishing reopens May 25
: Boaters required to stop at aquatic invasive species inspection stations; Free inspection takes five to 10 minutes
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