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Wallowa Lake Sponsored by
Date 23-Sep-16
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Conditions : WALLOWA LAKE: Wallowa Lake has fished very well for trout this summer. As the fall progresses the remaining stocked fish will begin switching to more natural food. Try natural baits and natural imitations to attract these fish. Bait should be either hung under a float or set just off bottom. Kokanee anglers have been reporting catching daily limits of 25 fish. Kokanee size appears to be improving with reports of fish in the 8-9 inch range and some fish as large as 12 inches.

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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