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High lakes stocking schedule - Deschutes District

June 20, 2019

This schedule includes lakes in the Deschutes National Forest and the Three Sisters and Mt. Jefferson Wilderness areas.

To help create fisheries in Oregon's back country, off-road areas, ODFW stocks 65 lakes in the Deschutes District every two years with brook, rainbow and cutthroat trout. 

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Lake Name Acres Depth Elevation National Forest/Wilderness*
Arrowhead 2   5,660' Deschutes NF
Bell 2 34' 5,020' Deschutes NF
Blow 45 23' 5,050' Three Sisters Wilderness
Bobby 85 71' 5,420' Deschutes NF
Bonnies 6 24' 6,200' Deschutes NF
Booth 8 34' 5,050' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Brahma 10 12' 5,500' Three Sisters Wilderness
Cabot 6   4,694' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Carl 30 51' 5,450' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Darlene 11 48' 5,950' Deschutes NF
Dennis 11 42' 6,100' Deschutes NF
Doris 90 70' 5,350' Three Sisters Wilderness
Effie 5 14' 5,950' Deschutes NF
Elf 2 15' 5,250' Willamette NF
Farrell 4 11' 5,580' Deschutes NF
Fawn  43 27' 5,680 Diamond Peak Wilderness
Found 9 11' 5,900' Deschutes NF
Gray Jay 5 15' 5,875' Deschutes NF
Green Lake 83 55' 6,505' Three Sisters Wilderness
Hanks, East 10 22' 5,500' Three Sisters Wilderness
Hanks, Middle 6 22' 5,500' Three Sisters Wilderness
Hanks, West 8 10' 5,500' Three Sisters Wilderness
Harlequin 4 21' 5,300' Three Sisters Wilderness
Hidden 13 35' 6,200' Deschutes NF
Hidden 11 21' 5,850' Deschutes NF
Johnny 20 21' 5,400' Deschutes NF
Junco 2 13' 6,100' Deschutes NF
Kershaw 4 13' 5,500' Deschutes NF
Kinnikinnic 2 12' 5,500' Deschutes NF
Koko 3 10' 5,420' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Lemish 16 13' 5,200' Deschutes NF
Lil's 4 18' 5,980' Deschutes NF
Lily 15 40' 5,700' Deschutes NF
Lindick 8 25' 6,100' Three Sisters Wilderness
Long 16 24' 4,650' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Long 6   5,187 Three Sisters Wilderness
Lucky 30 50' 5,250' Three Sisters Wilderness
Martin  4 20' 5,150' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Matthieu, North 6 15' 5,850 Deschutes NF
Meek 14 38' 5,580' Deschutes NF
Merle 9 17' 5,650' Deschutes NF
Midnight 12     Deschutes NF
Oldenberg 28 29' 5,200' Deschutes NF
Patsy 2 19' 6,200' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Puppy 8 13 5,300' Three Sisters Wilderness
Raft 10 30' 4,900' Deschutes NF
Rock Rim 4 13' 6,000' Three Sisters Wilderness
Rosary, Lower 3.2   5,705' Deschutes NF
Rosary, Middle 9 31' 5,830' Deschutes NF
Shirley 4 11' 5,500 Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Snell 9 17' 5,555' Diamond Peak Wilderness
Snowshoe, Lower 18 15' 5,100' Three Sisters Wilderness
Snowshoe, Upper 30 8' 5,150' Three Sisters Wilderness
Sowbug 3 14' 6,020' Deschutes NF
Square 55 43' 4,750' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Stag 20 27' 5,840' Diamond Peak Wilderness
Strider 3 22' 5,000' Deschutes NF
Suzanne 10 47' 6,000' Deschutes NF
Teddy, N. 30 28' 4,900' Three Sisters Wilderness
Wasco 20 20' 5,150' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
West Windigo 5 19' 5,880' Deschutes NF
Windy, East 14 14' 6,190' OR Cascades Rec Area
Windy, North 5 27' 6,190' OR Cascades Rec Area
Windy, South 11 28' 6,000' OR Cascades Rec Area
Windy, West 16 18' 6,000' OR Cascades Rec Area
Yapoah 10 25' 5,800' Three Sisters Wilderness
Yoran 32 44' 5,951' Diamond Peak Wilderness

* Trail links are for general guidance only. Consult the nearest US Forest Service office for the latest trail conditions. 

For more information about these lakes -- including the species stock, GPS coordinates and additional trail notes -- click here.

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