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Wallowa Lake Sponsored by
Date 29-Jan-16
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Conditions : WALLOWA LAKE: Some holdover trout will still be available for the hardy trout fisherman willing to brave the cold weather. Kokanee can also be caught by jigging deep during the winter months. Wallowa Lake does not reliably freeze every year. However, when the lake does freeze, ice fishing can produce good catch rates for trout and kokanee.

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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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