Henry Hagg Lake Fish Report for 4-15-2022
Hagg Lake continues to receive regular stockings
Henry Hagg Lake - Gaston, OR (Washington County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
Hagg Lake continues to receive regular stockings of catchable-size trout with some trophies mixed in.
Bass fishing should pick up as temperatures begin to warm this spring and pre-spawn fishing comes into full swing. Targeting the creek arms and shallow coves during this time can be very productive using lures that mimic small baitfish (crankbaits, plugs, swimbaits) that can be cast or trolled to effectively cover shallow to mid-water habitat.
Hagg Lake is one of western Oregon’s largest lakes and is a premier warmwater fishing destination. The lake is home to both the state record smallmouth bass and bullhead catfish.
Maintained and operated by Washington County, the park features numerous picnic areas, two boat launching facilities, more than 15 miles of hiking trails, and observation decks for wildlife and bird watching. The lake and lake park are currently open, although users are encouraged to check the Hagg Lake Park website, as conditions can change.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, April 15th
: ODFW Recreation Report
Wallowa Lake : Fishing has been good for rainbow trout near the south end of the lake
Wallowa River: Some of the best steelhead fishing on the Wallowa can occur between mid-March and mid-April
Hood River: Spring Chinook retention on the Hood River will open April 15 through June 30
Clackamas River: We are now past our peak for winter steelhead returns
Dexter Reservoir: Was last stocked the week of April 3
Green Peter Reservoir: Green Peter Reservoir Report
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