Galesville Reservoir Fish Report for 9-16-2021
The reservoir is about 7 feet above the lowest height on record
Galesville Reservoir - Azalea, OR (Douglas County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
The reservoir is about 7 feet above the lowest height on record, but with a lot of rain in the forecast the reservoir might stop dropping for a while. The ramp still seems to be usable at last check. Anglers are still catching trout from earlier stockings. With the loss of Rock Creek Hatchery, no “trophy trout” were stocked this year.
Call 541-837-3302 for information on camping and boat launching conditions. Check out the Lake Level Gage for more information.
In Galesville Reservoir, all landlocked salmon are considered trout and are part of the five-per-day trout limit, with only one trout over 20 inches long allowed for harvest. If you catch any salmon in Galesville please e-mail a picture to [email protected].
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, September 16th, 2021
Columbia River: Columbia River salmon fishing reopens from Tongue Point/Rocky Point to Warrior Rock on Sept. 17; four additional sturgeon retention days add
: Public comment requested on draft Dungeness crab fishery management plan
: ODFW Recreation Report
Bradley Lake: Bradley Lake is scheduled to be stocked with fall rainbow trout in mid-October
Chetco River: A few anglers are starting to troll the estuary for salmon
Cooper Creek Reservoir: Lots of Rain in The Forecast
Coquille River: Striped bass fishing is starting to pick up again in the lower Coquille River
Diamond Lake: The lake is lower than normal
Eel Lake: Anglers reported catching a few trout this past week
Fish Lake : The current lake level is 16 percent full and is slowly filling with input from natural springs
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