Oregon Trout Plants Scheduled For October

NORTHWEST SECTION – There are no scheduled trout plants for October.

SOUTHWEST SECTIOIN – (Rogue River Watershed) – No scheduled trout plants. (Coos Bay Area) – 1, 000 trophy trout for Butterfield Lake and 200 trophy trout for Garrison Lake scheduled to be planted the week beginnng October 1st.  For the week beginning October 8th, 4,000 trophy trout are slated for Empire Lakes, 1,500 trophy trout are slated for Powers Pond and 1,500 trophy trout are slated for Saunders Lake. (Umpqua Watershed) – There are no scheduled trout plants for October.

WILLAMETTE SECTION – (North Willamette) – Henry Hagg Lake is slated to receive 8,000 barely legal rainbows during the week beginning October 1st. Mount Hood Pond is slated to receive 400 barely legal rainbows and 50 foot-long rainbows  each in the week beginning October 1st and the week beginning October 15th. (South Willamette) – During the week beginning October 8th, Detroit Reservoir is slated to receive 7,000 barely legal rainbows, while Walling Pond is scheduled to receive 400 barely legal and 50 foot-long rainbows and Walter Wirth Pond is slated for a plant of 1,700 barely legal and 150 foot-long rainbows. During the week beginning on October 15th, Waverly Lake is slated for 1,000 barely legal and 100 foot-long rainbows. During the week beginning October, Walling Pond is scheduled to receive 400 barely legal and 50 foot-long rainbows and Walter Wirth Lake is slated for 1,300 barely legal and 100 foot-long rainbows.

CENTRAL REGION – (Bend Area) – During the week beginning October 1st, Bend Pind Nursery Pond is slated to receive 500 foot-long and 100 trophy rainbows; North Twin is slated to receive 1,000 trophy rainbows; Paulina Lake is scheduled to receive 10,000 barely legal rainbows and Shevlin Pond is slated for 200 foot-long and 200 trophy rainbows. During the week beginning October 8th, the Prineville Youth Pond is slated to receive 333 barely legal rainbows. For the week beginning October 15th, East Lake is slated for 15,000 barely legal rainbows and Paulina Lake is slated for 5,000 barely legal rainbows. For the week beginning on October 29th, Haystack Reservoir is slated to receive 50 trophy rainbows and the Powers Youth Pond is scheduled to receive 333 barely legal rainbows. (Hines Area) – There are no scheduled trout plants for October. (Klamath Area) – There are no trout plants scheduled for October. (Lakeview Area) – There are no trout plants sceduled for October. (The Dalles Area) – During the week beginning on October 29th, Bikini Pond is slated to receive 1,000 barely legal rainbows, while Pine Hollow Reservoir and Taylor Lake are each slated to receive 2,000 barely legal and 375 trophy rainbow trout.

NORTHEAST REGION – There are no trout plants slated for October.

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.
Permalink

Comments are closed.