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Northwest Fall Trout Stocking, Eastern Areas

Fall Trout Stocking for Eastern Washington, Idaho & Oregon

We reported earlier on fall trout stocking in Western Washington, and Northwest Fall Trout Stockingnow, to complete our report on Northwest fall trout stocking, here’s the report for eastern areas.  This includes eastern WA , ID and OR.

The Eastern Washington Report

Eastern Washington  isn’t stocked as well as Western Washington in the fall.  However, Fish and Wildlife report that there are some areas currently being stocked with trout in the 8-16 inch range.   Here’s the rundown for which areas are getting this treatment, and how many trout you can find in each location.

Columbia County

Nahwatzel Lake – 1,000

Blue Lake – 1,856

Spring Lake – 1,508

Chelan County

Roses Lake – 22,171

Wapato Lake – 7,550

Okanagan County

Sidley Lake – 4,000

Molson Lake – 1,000

Bonaparte Lake – 2,000

Patterson Lake – 2,000

Idaho

Idaho Fish and Game have given state waters some great angling this fall.   Here’s their full report on where to fish and how many trout were released.

Southwest Region

McDevitt Pond – 1,350

Settlers Park Pond – 3,75

Merrill Park Pond – 5,00

Riverside Pond – 1,800

Mann’s Creek Reservoir – 2,400

Wilson Pond – 2,100

Marsing Highway Pond – 4,00

Lowman Ponds – 6,00

Parkcenter Pond – 9,00

Williams Park Pond – 450

Caldwell City Pond – 1,100

Caldwell Pond 2 – 5,00

Duff Pond – 225

Veterans Park Pond – 450

Boise River – 4,380

Eagle Island Park Pond – 450

Kleiner Pond – 900

Horseshoe Bend Mill Pond – 900

Ed’s Pond – 200

Payette River – 500

Sawyer’s Pond – 900

Sego Praire Pond – 225

Hero’s Park Pond – 150

Arrowrock Reservoir – 11,600

Magic Valley Region

Gaver’s Lagoon – 250

Frank Oster #1 – 570

Salmon falls Creek Reservoir – 12,975

Emerald Lake – 5,570

Filer/L Q Drain Ponds – 350

Snake River – 760

Crystal Lake – 760

Little Wood River – 3,000

Billingsley Creek – 1,500

Rock Creek – 3,000

Conner Pond – 750

Blair Trail Reservoir – 1,425

Salmon falls Creek – 380

Dog Creek – 3,150

Southeast Region

Bear River below Oneida Dam – 3,250

Bear River below Alexander Dam – 500

Wellness Reservoir – 1,753

Edson Fichter Pond – 252

Portneuf River above Lava Hot Springs – 1,250

Glendale Reservoir – 1,860

Foster Reservoir – 1,200

Rose Pond – 500

Springfield Reservoir – 1,000

Crystal Springs Pond – 1,000

Blackfoot Reservoir – 40,000

Montpelier Rearing Pond – 500

American falls Reservoir – 680,000

Upper Snake Region

Ryder Park Pond – 1,250

Snake River – Gem Lake – 505

Salmon Region

Kids Creek Pond – 150

Oregon

The fall season this year has Oregonian anglers excited.   We spoke with ODFW and found out just where they’ve released fish, and how many trout they’ve added to those waters.  It’s important to note that Oregon Fish and Wildlife stocks by districts, not counties.

Coos/Coquille District

Bradley Lake – 800

Rogue District

Lost Creek – 5,900

Lake Selmac – 200

Expo Pond – 600

Reinhart Pond – 350

South Coast

Garrison Lake – 5,536

North Willamette Watershed

Trillium Lake – 6,000

Mt Hood Pond – 1,200

St Louis Pond – 500

Huddleston Pond – 350

South Willamette Watershed

Alton Baker Canal – 2,560

Detroit Reservoir – 7,000

Walling Pond – 1,250

Walter Wirth Lake – 5,750

Dorena Reservoir – 1,700

Waverly Lake – 1,500

Junction City Pond – 350

Bend District

Prineville Youth Pond – 667

Shevlin Pond – 500

Haystack Reservoir – 75

The Dalles District

Bikini Pond – 1,000

Pine Hollow Reservoir – 2,375

Taylor Lake – 2,375

Hines District

Burns Pond – 2,000

Owyhee River – 2,000

Lakeview District

Ana River – 600

That’s it, the complete Northwest fall trout stocking report. If you didn’t catch the report for Western Washington, look for it here.

 

 

 

 

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