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Willamette Zone

High lakes stocking schedule - Mid-Willamette District

June 21, 2019

Includes lakes in the Willamette National Forest and Mt. Jefferson Wilderness.

To help create fisheries in Oregon's back country, off-road areas, ODFW stocks 33 lakes in the Mid-Willamette District every two years with brook, rainbow and cutthroat trout. 

Learn more about fishing high lakes 

Lake Name Acres Depth Elevation National Forest/Wilderness*
Alice 1 9' 5,400' Willamette NF
Bear 9 24' 5,260' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Berley, Lower 6 23' 5,300' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Berley, Upper 7 20' 5,350' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Blue 12 40' 5,425' Willamette NF
Bowerman 6 10' 5,050' Willamette NF
Clinton 1 12' 4,950' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Craig 5 14' 5,300' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Davey 2 14' 5,200' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Dixie, North 3 8' 5,200' Mt. Jefferson Wildnerness
Duffy 30 30' 4,800' Mt. Jefferson Wildnerness
Green Peak 6 12' 5,580' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Grenet 4 15' 5,180' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
J Jake 1 26' 5,050' Mt. Jefferson Wildnerness
Jan (Corvallis) 2 23' 5,350' Mt Washington Wilderness
Jenny 3 9' 5,850' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Jorn 35 35' 5,050' Willamette NF
Lard 5 19' 4,000' Mt. Washington Wilderness
Lula 4 18' 5,150 Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Maxwell 1 13' 5,500' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Melis 5 17' 4,900' Willamette NF
Mildred 3 11' 4,700' Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
Mowich 54 45' 5,300' Mt. Jefferson Wildnerness
Prill 8 20' 5,130' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Pyramid 5 10' 5,400 Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Ralph's 2 11' 4,990' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Red Butte 6 22' 5,400'  
Sad 2 10' 5,100' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Santiam 16 40' 5,100' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Slideout 6 20' 4,760' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Spinning 3 8' 4,900' Willamette NF
Swallow 2 13' 5,300' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Temple 11 9' 4,415' Mt Jefferson Wilderness
Turpentine 8 29' 4,690 Mt Jefferson Wilderness

* Trails linked 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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