Wallowa Lake has continued to produce trout into the fall

Wallowa Lake - Joseph, OR (Wallowa County)


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
10-28-2021
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Wallowa Lake has continued to produce trout into the fall. Fishing pressure is very light and anglers should have a lot of room to themselves. Trout will have switched to more natural food and anglers should consider using natural baits or artificial lures that closely mimic what the fish are feeding on.




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OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, October 28th

Snake River- Below Hells Canyon Reservoir: Bass fishing will be good throughout the Oregon section of the Snake River
Chewaucan River: Fishing will be poor this week due to rain
Upper Klamath Lake: Redband trout are scattering throughout Upper Klamath Lake
Klamath River - Upper - OR: Catch rates were low on opening day and effort was very high
Lake Of The Woods: Fishing for yellow perch will be your best bet
Sprague River: Opened to fishing through Oct. 31
Williamson River: Flows are very low, fishing is good
Wood River: Best section is from Fort Klamath to Weed Road for brown trout
Arizona Pond: The pond was stocked heavily this spring
Ben Irving Reservoir: Lots of rain has likely muddied the waters
Bradley Lake: Trout fishing has been good at Bradley Lake
Butterfield Lake: Anglers are reported great fishing at Butterfield Lake
Chetco River: Water levels have risen and color up some
Cooper Creek Reservoir: Cooper Creek Reservoir Report
Coos River: Boat and bank anglers (on the jetty) are still catching rockfish inside lower Coos Bay
Coquille River: There are still a few striped bass in the lower river
Diamond Lake: Recent reports show that anglers are easily finding fish
Elk River: Recent rain most likely brought the first few groups of early Chinook into the river
Galesville Reservoir: The boat ramp is unusable at this time!
Lemolo Lake: Lemolo Lake Report
Sixes River: Recent significant rainfall was enough to warrant lifting the low water closure
Tenmile Lakes: Yellow perch anglers are reporting decent catches
Umpqua River: Umpqua River Report
Kilchis River: Chinook salmon should be moving into the Kilchis river following these rains
Miami River: There should be some Chinook moving into the river with the recent rains
Necanicum River: There should be fish throughout the system
Nehalem River: Chinook and coho fishing in the bay has really slowed
Nestucca River: There should be good numbers of Chinook pushing into the Nestucca basin this week
Wilson River: Conditions may be challenging, but there should still be some opportunity to catch
Detroit Reservoir: Detroit Reservoir Report
Santiam River ( North Fork) : The coho salmon run this year appears to be shaping up well
Santiam River ( North Fork) Above Detroit Lake: The river level has increased from recent rains but should still be clear
Timber Linn Lake: Will be stocked this week
Grande Ronde River: Coho season opened on the Grande Ronde on Oct. 1
Imnaha River: Steelhead season is opened on the Imnaha
Umatilla River: The fall Chinook salmon and coho salmon fisheries will remain open through Nov. 30

ODFW lifts Sixes River angling closure
Sixes River

10-27-2021
GOLD BEACH, Ore – With recent significant rain on the south coast, ODFW lifted the low flow angling closure on...... Read More