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East Lake Sponsored by
Date 29-Oct-14
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Conditions : EAST LAKE: Closes to fishing after Oct. 31. Unmarked rainbow trout must be released.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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About: - East Lake, features a fall run of German brown trout that move out of the depths to spawn in shoreline shallows. The Oregon state record German brown trout was caught here in 1993, weighing in at a hair over 27 pounds. Each year, 225,000 trout are planted in East Lake, and in 1990, Atlantic salmon were introduced here. The cold water and abundant freshwater shrimp make for good tasting fish.

Directions: South from Bend 27 miles on U.S. 97 is the turnoff to Paulina and East Lakes. The 16-mile paved but ragged County Road 21 twists and turns its way up to the lakes in the caldera of Newberry Crater. Several campgrounds are located along the shores of the lake.

  • Brown Trout
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Kokanee
  • Atlantic Salmon

Misc Info: - ODFW released a predacious strain of redband trout native to the Blackwater River in British Columbia. Blackwater redband trout grow quickly and should provide a trophy fishery in years to come. In the short term, catch-and-release regulations will allow the Blackwater trout to grow large enough to prey on the chub.

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