Galesville Reservoir Fish Report for 8-18-2022
Fish are likely seeking cooler water in deeper parts of the lake
Galesville Reservoir - Azalea, OR (Douglas County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
No recent reports from anglers fishing Galesville. Fish are likely seeking cooler water in deeper parts of the lake.
The reservoir is dropping and may drop more quickly as the summer progresses. Call 541-837-3302 for information on camping and boat launching conditions. Check out the Lake Level Gauge for more information. If the gauge is under 1,820 feet, the lake may be too low to launch a boat. Currently the ramp is usable, but the docks are out of the water. At the current rate of decline, the lake will boat ramp will likely be unusable in the next couple of weeks.
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, August 18th, 2022
Anthony Lake: Fishing at Anthony Lake may be a bit slower than previous years
Balm Creek Reservoir: Earlier this year, Balm Creek Reservoir was stocked with fingerling trou
Phillips Reservoir: The reservoir only filled to about ¼ full before beginning to drain again
Pilcher Reservoir: Pilcher Reservoir still has a decent amount of water
Thief Valley Reservoir: The reservoir is currently only 33 percent full
Unity Reservoir: Unity Reservoir has been dropping throughout the summer and is about 1/2 full
Wolf Creek Reservoir: Continues to have a decent amount of water in it
Ben Irving Reservoir: Bass fishing is has been good at Ben Irving
Coos River: Best fishing is typically near slack tides
Coquille River: Smallmouth bass fishing has been decent
Elk River: Cutthroat fishing has slowed as water temperatures have increased
Floras Lake: Trout fishing has slowed down
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Tuesday, August 16th, 2022
: ODFW announces in-season changes to Pacific halibut sport fishery
Heart Lake: ODFW to host public meetings on plans to treat Heart Lake
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