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Emigrant Lake Sponsored by
Date 12-Oct-16
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Conditions : EMIGRANT RESERVOIR: Fishing for bass, crappie, and other warmwater fish should be good. With the low reservoir levels fish will be away from shore in 20-30 feet of water. Look for humps and structures on the bottom. There’s not much in the way for flooded vegetation until the reservoir fills again. Emigrant Reservoir is currently at 19 percent of capacity. The Jackson County boat ramp is not useable.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W

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About: - Emigrant Lake is formed by Emigrant Dam which is a feature of the Rogue River Project. Recreation on this 806-acre reservoir is located on Emigrant Creek 5 miles southeast of Ashland, Oregon. Vehicle access is good along the west arm and limited on the east arm. Fishing opportunity is best for crappie, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and brown bullhead. Occasionally stocked with rainbow trout, steelhead, and chinook salmon. Season open year-round. Lake is closed at sunset except for developed campgound area.” (Boat ramps also available within the park area)

Directions: Site is off I-5, five miles from Ashland, Oregon almost to California state line.

  • crappie
  • largemouth bass
  • smallmouth bass
  • brown bullhead

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