Beulah Reservoir is nearly full

Beulah Reservoir - Beulah, OR (Malheur County)

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

Beulah Reservoir is nearly full. There should be some large rainbow and redband trout available in Beulah right now. The reservoir is ice-free and boat ramp will be accessible.

More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, April 10th
Kilchis River: The Kilchis is very low and clear
Nehalem River: The Nehalem River still has some catch-and-release opportunities for wild steelhead
Nehalem River- North Fork: The North Fork is low and clear
Nestucca River: The Nestucca River is low and clear
Three Rivers: Three Rivers is low and clear
Trask River: The Trask River is low and clear
Wilson River: The Wilson is low and clear but fishing has remained fair
Applegate Reservoir: Applegate Reservoir Report
Emigrant Reservoir: Emigrant is 61 percent full and it continues to fill
Fish Lake : Fish Lake is 60 percent full and reportedly there is open water for bank fishing
Howard Prairie Reservoir: Howard Prairie is 46 percent full
Howard Prairie Reservoir: Howard Prairie is 46 percent full
Hyatt Lake: Hyatt is currently 55 percent full
Lake Selmac: Selmac was stocked again last week
Lost Creek Lake: Lost Creek was stocked with legal-size trout in time for Spring Break
Rogue River - Middle: Flow is currently clear and slowly dropping in the middle Rogue
Rogue River- Upper: Winter steelhead are present in the upper Rogue
Rogue River- Upper (Above Lost Creek): The snow around Prospect has likely melted and access to the river should be available
Detroit Reservoir: Reservoir levels continue to rise
Santiam River ( North Fork) : The river is currently running at around 3,000 cfs
Santiam River (South Fork): Currently flows are around 2,850 cfs at the Waterloo gauge as of April 9
Fall River: Fly-anglers continue to report productive and consistent spring fishing
Haystack Reservoir: Haystack is currently at 80 percent full

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Friday, April 5th

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