Expo Pond Fish Report for 1-27-2022
Expect very cold mornings with very limited success
Expo Pond - Central Point, OR (Jackson County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Expo received 120 nice 2- to 3-pound trout right before Thanksgiving. A few bass or bluegill may still be caught as surface temperatures rise in the afternoons. Expect very cold mornings with very limited success.
Daily trout and bass limit at Expo Pond is 5 fish per day of each species. There is no other trout stocking planned until early spring.
Expo pond is part of the Jackson County Parks system. A $4 Day use pass is necessary to park in the day use lot at gate 5. Annual passes can be purchased from Jackson County Parks off of Table Rock Road/Mosquito Rd.
Chinese mystery snails are present here in the most northern pond. They are highly invasive and were illegally dumped here. Please do not move these creatures and drain and dry any personal watercraft before using them in another waterbody.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, January 27th
Ana River: This can be an excellent time of year to fish Ana Rivers
Malheur Reservoir: The no bag limit emergency regulation on this reservoir is no longer in effect
Owyhee Reservoir: Anglers may have some success targeting redband trout and crappie this winter
Thief Valley Reservoir: Thief Valley Reservoir was very low throughout much of last year
Agate Lake: This is mostly a crappie and bluegill fishery with some bass in the mix
Applegate River: Applegate River Report
Ben Irving Reservoir: New habitat structures in the upper reservoir may produce some good bass
Diamond Lake: Anglers are catching a few out on the ice
Emigrant Reservoir: Don’t expect much for fishing success out here
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Tuesday, January 25th
: Pacific halibut sport anglers invited to public meeting
Columbia River: Sturgeon retention closes after Jan. 29 in Bonneville Pool, continues three days a week in The Dalles Pool
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