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Nov 09,2007
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Fishing Report
by ODFW

ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: rainbow trout

No recent reports.

CLEAR LAKE: rainbow trout

No recent reports.

CRESCENT LAKE: brown trout, kokanee

The angling on Crescent is reportedly slow. This is a good time of year to target brown trout and lake trout on Crescent.

CROOKED RIVER MAINSTEM: rainbow trout

Reports of some good to fair angling for rainbow trout.

CROOKED RIVER BELOW BOWMAN DAM: redband trout

No recent reports. ODFW and OSU have initiated a radio telemetry study on redband trout and whitefish, and anglers are reminded that radio-tagged fish cannot be legally harvested. To determine if a fish is radio-tagged, anglers should check for an eight-inch wire antenna protruding from the rear of both redband and mountain whitefish.

CULTUS LAKE:

No recent reports.

DAVIS LAKE: largemouth bass, redband trout

No reports from the past week. Water levels are low making boat launching a challenge though the lava flow campground boat ramp is open

DESCHUTES RIVER:

Sherars Falls to Warm Springs

Trout anglers will be successful by using nymphs. Water temperatures continue to cool and fewer bug hatches are occurring. Steelhead are in this section in good numbers and water temperatures and clarity are great for steelhead fishing. The entire Deschutes River closed October 31 to the retention of Fall Chinook.

Mouth to Sherars Falls

Steelhead anglers are reporting decent catches, as effort on the river has declined significantly. Many large B-run steelhead are being captured, especially in the area downstream from Macks Canyon. The entire Deschutes River closed October 31 to the retention of Fall Chinook.

Spring Chinook:

No recent report.

DESCHUTES RIVER: Lake Billy Chinook to Benham Falls:

No anglers were interviewed as basis for a report. Please note that recent increased flow makes this stretch a little more of a challenge for anglers.

ELK LAKE: brook trout, kokanee

No recent report.

FALL RIVER:

Anglers are reporting fair to good success. Remember angling is closed downstream the falls.

FROG LAKE: rainbow trout

No new report.

HAYSTACK RESERVOIR: rainbow trout, brown trout

Fishing is reported to be a little on the slow side.

HOOD RIVER: summer steelhead, fin clipped coho

Steelhead fishing has been improving on the Hood River, as cooler temperatures have improved water quality. Anglers are reminded that chinook angling is closed and coho must be fin-clipped for retention. Trout fishing is closed.

HOSMER LAKE:

Angling has been slow.

LAKE BILLY CHINOOK: Bull trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, kokanee, smallmouth bass
 
Angling is slow for bull trout. A few anglers are having some success for rainbow trout and brown trout on the Deschutes River arm. Please note that the Metolius arm of the reservoir is closed to angling for the season beginning Nov. 1. Anglers should be advised that the recommended boat launching facility is the upper Deschutes arm ramp of the reservoir.

LAKE SIMTUSTUS: rainbow trout

Closed to angling as of Nov. 1.

LAURANCE LAKE: rainbow trout, smallmouth bass

Closes to angling as of Nov. 1.

LITTLE LAVA LAKE: rainbow trout

No report

LOST LAKE: rainbow trout

Lost Lake has been stocked with legal and trophy sized hatchery rainbow trout. Some naturally produced brown trout are also available for anglers. Anglers should focus on the shallower shoal areas for best success.
 
METOLIUS RIVER:

Reports of anglers having fair success for brown trout and mountain whitefish.

NORTH TWIN: rainbow trout

No report

OCHOCO RESERVOIR: rainbow trout

No recent reports. Anglers targeting rainbow trout should consider fishing the upper eastern end of reservoir.

PINE HOLLOW RESERVOIR: rainbow trout

No recent reports, but fall and early winter fishing can be productive at Pine Hollow.

PRINEVILLE RESERVOIR: rainbow trout

Opportunity is good for 12 to 16 rainbow trout. No reports on recent angler success.

ROCK CREEK RESERVOIR: rainbow trout

Low reservoir level will limit both access and success. 

SUTTLE LAKE:

No recent reports.

WALTON LAKE: rainbow trout

No recent reports.

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