Oregon Lake Fishing Report

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Is any one fishing Emigrent? Can you still get a boat in ? Colby are you fishing?
      City: Medford

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      Water Temp: ?

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Hey...... Isn't anyone using these pages anymore? I've got some friends coming up from California soon and would like to take them fishing for a couple of days.... I would like to hear from anybody that has been bass fishing recently.... Why not drop a couple of lines and share the info.......
      City: Williams, OR

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      Water Temp: 46

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: only fished for about 1 1/2hrs as the weather got nasty, got one in the first 20min at 5.6lb largemouth on a baby brush hog. Fatest lm I have ever seen at that size, I could feel a fish in its stomach and it still ate. temps stabilize around 50 to 52 it should be good
      City: medford

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      Water Temp: tips only

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: I talked to a few guys that were fishin cranks and not having much success so I thought I would share my thoughts on this bait.
      I fish a 7ft rod with a full spool of 10lb line. This combination gives me a super long cast allowing me to keep my bait in the strike zone longer ( which is on the bottom )and cover allot of water. The light line also lets my bait run deeper and allows more action on the bait. Fish it with an eratic retrieve as soon as it hits something. Yes, I get allot of backlash with this rig, especialy in the wind and yes, I do break off some baits when it gets hung but you cant win if you dont play so we live with it. Let the fish tell you if your doing it right by how hard they commit to the bight. If they are hitting and pulling off you may need a color or action change. If they hit hard and take it deep, dont change a thing. Keep throwing it and looking for simillar area`s. Hope this will help a few of you.
      City: medford

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: I fished a tournament at lost creek and there was a spotted bass reported caught in the tournament earlier this year. But i have no report for lost creek.
      City: medford

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      Water Temp: 63-65

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: This report is for APPLEGATE.... Got to Applegate this morning at 0545 just as Bob was opening the gate... Put in and started fishing the Squaw arm... Made a bad cast and spooked a BIG fish in some willows when I went in to retrieve my lure..... Stuck a 4.1 largemouth two bushes down from the one I spooked, and thought I had them figured out... Next fish was a 17" smallie from the same cove 20' deep on a nothing bottom.... So much for the pattern.... Nothing else until 11:30 on a point across from the Copper boat ramp, a 2lb smallie in 26 feet of water..... Off the lake at 12:30 with still no pattern working...... Hope it's a little better for me at the club tournament weekend after next.......
      City: Williams, OR

      Tips: Ran into a guy that I knew from about 20 years ago, and he said that he had caught 11 smallies on rip baits and splitshots.........

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      Water Temp: 57

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Went to Irongate yesterday (actually went a little further south to check out a lake that opens April 30) and fished near the boat ramp for a while.. Had my small boat so didn't venture very far out onto the lake.. Tried Senkos & a Terminator Spinnerbait and caught two small (1lb.) fish on the Senkos, nothing on the spinnerbait... Only fished for about an hour when a rather big thunderhead came over the lake, and since I was in a tin boat I decided it might be time to call it a day.... Water temp was 57 everywhere I fished, and I saw no signs of beds or new weeds, only dead brown ones where I was.... A beautiful warm day even with the approaching thunderstorm.......
      City: Williams, OR

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      Water Temp: 48-49

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: ok i posted a report for lost creek which is on the menu but did not seem to get listed. so here it is for lost creek on 3-28 on the water at 9:00 am ran to big cove coverd it for 2 hrs notta.motored over to dam nothing happing.ran over to big point by the marina started fishing a green colored rattle trap fish on 1.4 sm about 15 ft water fished point all the way to marina nothing.changed to lighting shad crank when to end of point. wham 1.2 sm worked my way up shore line casting about 15 ft off the bank working lure with the bank wham got a 1.6 sm. worked my way into the swim cove and caught the biggest of the day a 1.8 sm and i called it a day off water at 5:30 not real day but better than my last few trips to the lake this winter only gets better from here.good luck and put them back for another day.

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      Water Temp: 58

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Went back to Selmac this morning, put in about 11:30 and went back to the resort side of the lake where I caught fish on Saturday... The best way to describe it was the weather was warm, but the fishing was cold.. I only managed one small fish in about 2 1/2 hours, which was also the only bite I had.. I talked to a couple of guys in a Bass Tracker (the only other bass boat on the lake today) and they said they hadn't done anything either.... Well, tomorrow Emigrant, in spite of the windy weather forcast on Ch. 12 tonight.... Gotta be my least favorite thing, wind......
      City: Williams, OR

      Tips: ??

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      Water Temp: 39-42

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: WELL ABOUT ALL I HAVE TO REPORT IS THE SUN WAS OUT AND A NICE DAY TO BE ON THE WATER.WATER IS 30-40 FEET FROM FULL WATER IS JUST NOW REACHING THE WILLOWS.I WAS SEEING FISH HOLDING IN 50FT OF WATER OFF POINTS BUT COULDNT GET THEM TO BITE.FISHED JIGS,DROP SHOT WORMS,SPINNER BAIT AND CRANK BAIT BUT NO LUCK.
      City: CENTRAL POINT

      Tips: THE DAYS ARE GETTING LONGER WONT BE TO MUCH LONGER THE WATER TEMPS WILL RISE GET READY OREGON BASSERS

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      Water Temp: 35-40

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Water was extremely cold, shore access is limited. Best luck may be by the dam. Seabirds were actively feeding below the spillway, but I did not manage to catch anything at any of the locations I attempted.
      City: Corvallis

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: thanks for the info Colby.i kinda like the idea of spots in lost creek, might give us something to fish for in the winter.

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      Water Temp: ?

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Hey.... Doesn't anyone use these pages anymore? I've got friends coming up from California and would like to take them fishing for a few days and would like to hear from anyone that has done any fishing lately..... How about leaving a few lines and sharing the info..........
      City: Willaims, OR

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      Water Temp: ?

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Does anybody fish Lost Creek anymore? I would like to know how it is before i drop $100 to fish it. Thanks
      City: medford

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: does anybody know if there will be the lost creek classic this year? if so where can i get the info.

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Last report said 34 and 47 for temps. It was 34 when I left Yoncalla at 5:40AM and it was 47 the next day when I got to work in Springfield at 8:55AM. I'll try to be more consistant in my weather reporting!
      City: y

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

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      City: hlrHeMVX

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: thanks for the support bob i'm glad to see someone uses this sight!!!
      City: Bend

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      Water Temp: 55

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: water still coming up water murky fished last weekend cought 8, 2 four pounders couple threes and the rest were average 2 pounders. just got back there today and boy was it tough, managed to boat three couldnt feel my fingers may have had more on to darn cold. All the fish were cought on a carolina rig with a lucky strike rib worm grape, I heard other boats catching them on rattle traps ripping them through the grass. last weeks fish all on spinnerbaits.
      City: creswell

      Tips: oh by the way i was fishing cottage grove res. not tenmile. good luck and tight lines.

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      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Caught a 4+ pound smallie on the Willamette north of Meldrums bar and another 4+ pound smallie near the Oregon City falls near the falls.
      City: Portland

      Tips: used a 1/8 ounce lead head with a Yamamoto green pumpkin super grub for both fish. Anything green works on the Willamette.