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Wallowa Lake Sponsored by
Date 20-Nov-14
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Conditions : WALLOWA LAKE: Fishing for rainbow trout has slowed. However, some fish are still available and some tagged fish are occasionally being reported. Trout have been caught with a variety of methods but a simple rig with PowerBait has been most effective. If the cold weather continues and the lake freezes, ice fishing can be good for both kokanee and trout.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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About: - Located in a spectacular alpine setting in Northeastern Oregon, Wallowa Lake is deep and cold. Sitting at an altitude of nearly 4,383 feet, with Chief Joseph Mountain behind it. The glacier-created lake is about 1,500 acres in size, averages 160 feet deep, and is nearly 300 feet at its deepest.

Wallowa Lake holds the state record for kokanee with a fish weighing 6 pounds, 12 ounces.

In addition to kokanee, Wallowa Lake has a good rainbow trout fishery and these fish are readily available to anglers May through October. There is also a small population of lake trout, including some up to 30 pounds, but they are seldom caught.

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Kokanee Salmon
  • Mackinaw

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