Henry Hagg Lake Fish Report for 6-6-2023
Henry Hagg Lake Fishing Report
Henry Hagg Lake - Gaston, OR (Washington County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
As water temperatures continue to increase during the summer, the best times of day to target bass are in the mornings and evenings. Try fishing deep diving crankbaits to cover more area and locate fish set up in holes around 12–16 feet of water.
Current reservoir level can be found here.
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 Tuesday, June 6th
Umatilla River: Anglers have found success through Pendleton, as well as in the upper headwaters
Hood River: Lots of report of spring Chinook caught in the Hood River this week
Ochoco Reservoir: The reservoir is 72 percent full
Prinevile Reservoir: Prineville Reservoir at 99 percent full
Wickiup Reservoir: Anglers report good kokanee and bass fishing
Blue River Reservoir: The reservoir level has increased greatly in the past two weeks
Gold Lake: Road and the gate remains closed
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, June 2nd
: ODFW Recreation Report
Coquille River: Spearfishing and bait use for smallmouth bass temporarily allowed on Coquille River system
Lookingglass Creek: Lookingglass Creek opens June 3 for spring Chinook fishing
: Opportunity increases for recreational Pacific halibut anglers
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