To help create fisheries in some of Oregon's back country, off-road areas, ODFW stocks 14 lakes in the Rogue District every two years with brook and rainbow trout.  

Learn about fishing high lakes

Lake Name Acres Depth Elevation Species National Forest/Wilderness*
Alta 32 13' 6,600' BT Seven Lakes Basin
Beal 5 9' 5,570' BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
Blue Canyon 2 18' 5,910 BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
Carey 5 31' 5,790' BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
Cliff 10 14' 6,270' BT Seven Lakes Basin
Grass 25 8' 6,000' BT Seven Lakes Basin
Horseshoe 20 12' 5,720' BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
Ivern 3 10' 5,700' BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
Lost 10   3,600' RB Bureau of Land Management
McKee 3 10' 5,790' BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
Middle 30 12' 6,100' BT Seven Lakes Basin
Pear 25 25' 5,760' BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
Round 5 12' 5,860' BT Sky Lakes Wilderness
South Blue 9 33' 5,630 BT Sky Lakes 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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