Green Peter Reservoir Fish Report for 11-18-2021
Best Bet For Fishing is where Quartzville Creek enters the reservoir
Green Peter Reservoir - Sweet, OR (Linn County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
The water level in the reservoir has risen due to recent rains and Thistle Creek boat ramp is back in the water and usable, at least for a short while. For the latest information on water levels at Green Peter Reservoir check with the Army Corps of Engineers’ website for more information. In general, however, reservoir levels will continue to drop throughout the early winter and will begin refilling starting Feb. 1.
This large reservoir gets stocked annually with 20,000 hatchery trout. Look for them in cooler, deeper water and around ledges, drop-offs and underwater structure. Smallmouth bass also like to hang out near underwater structure and tend to be found in shallower water. Also look for them near rocky outcrops.
Kokanee, trout and smallmouth bass are all fishable in this reservoir, although adult kokanee have already left the reservoir to spawn in the creeks. Anglers may keep up to 25 kokanee per day in addition to the 5-trout limit.
Best bet for anglers without a boat is to drive to the top of the reservoir where Quartzville Creek enters the reservoir. Large trout will sometimes forage where the river brings in food swept down from upstream.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, November 18th
Ana Reservoir: Trolling lures or flies will also do a great job catching fish
Ana River: Tui chub are abundant in the river
Upper Klamath Lake: The lake is very turbid from recent wind and storms
Klamath River - Upper - OR: Klamath River Fishing Report
Sky Lakes Wilderness Lakes: All lakes were stocked this summer by helicopter
Sun Creek: Fishing not recommended at this time
Fish Lake : Lake is filling nicely
Lost Creek Lake: Trout fishing should be good
Rogue River - Middle: Summer steelhead fishing has been very good
Rogue River- Upper: Upper Rogue River Fishing Report
Rogue River- Upper (Above Lost Creek): Winter weather is still holding off but not for much longer
Kilchis River: Chinook salmon should be in the Kilchis and throughout the fishery
Miami River: There should still be Chinook in the river
Necanicum River: Still no reports of early winter steelhead yet
Nehalem River: The mainstem Nehalem River is high and off color
Nestucca River: The Nestucca is still high and off color
Three Rivers: Three Rivers should be fishable throughout the weekend
Siuslaw River: The majority of the Fall Chinook run is above the estuary
Trask River: The Trask is high and off-color
Wilson River: There should be Chinook throughout the fishery on the Wilson
Detroit Reservoir: The reservoir elevation is about 30 feet above the bottom of Mongold boat ramp
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