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Shasta Valley Wildlife Area, Siskiyou County
The dark spot at the base of gill plate distinguishes this species from other panfish.


 


MEDCO POND REPORT
by ODFW, APRIL 16, 2021
Medco Pond

Medco is scheduled to receive its first stocking of 2,000 legal rainbow trout next week.  Medco Pond is at 3,054 feet elevation and located between Butte Falls and Prospect. No recent reports here. It is scheduled for its first stocking in mid-April. On warmer days, anglers can often find bluegill close to shore. Try fishing a nightcrawler under a bobber...
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LOST CREEK RESERVOIR REPORT
by ODFW, APRIL 16, 2021
Lost Creek Lake

The Takelma ramp is currently the only ramp open and usable.  Lost Creek received 15,000 legal and 800 “pounder” rainbow trout this week.   The Marina and Joseph Stuart State Park are now managed by Jackson County Parks. The Marina and Store are scheduled to open April 15!  Day use fees for this facility apply. If you’re a frequent user here, a Jackson...
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LEMOLO RESERVOIR REPORT
by ODFW, APRIL 16, 2021
Lemolo Lake

Anglers should check with the Umpqua National Forest (541-498-2531) for information on camp and ramp closures. Contact the resort at 541-643-0750 for weather/road conditions and additional information. The latest info is that both the resort and the campgrounds are closed. According to their website, the resort was scheduled to reopen April 15. If the ramp is open the reservoir is scheduled to...
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LAKE SELMAC REPORT
by ODFW, APRIL 16, 2021
Lake Selmac

Trout fishing should be very good out at Selmac lake with multiple recent stockings in the last two months -- the most recent being 5,000 legal trout last week. Warmwater fishing should also be starting to get better with the warming weather in the foreseeable future.   Water conditions should be very good. Lake Selmac facilities operated by Josephine County Parks are currently...
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HEMLOCK LAKE & LAKE IN THE WOODS report
by ODFW, APRIL 16, 2021
Hemlock Lake

The road to Lake in the Woods was open recently, so as long as no more snow falls, anglers should be able to reach the lake. Hemlock was not accessible last week, but may be open soon with hot temperatures in the forecast. Fishing should be good since the lakes have likely seen low pressure from anglers. The USFS has closed...
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GARRISON LAKE REPORT
by ODFW, APRIL 16, 2021
Garrison Lake

The spring months can be a good time to fish the lake. A lot of times, this is the only place to fish when the rivers and creeks are too high and muddy to fish. It’s an especially good time to visit the lake because it is regularly stocked with trophy and legal-size rainbow trout in the spring.   Bank anglers can...
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