Includes lakes in the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area.
To help create fisheries in Oregon's back country, off-road areas, ODFW stocks 12 lakes in the Wallowa District every two years with rainbow trout.
|Lake Name||Acres||Depth||Elevation||National Forest/Wilderness*|
|Aneroid||39||49'||7,520'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Crater||12||10||7,500'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Frances||40||21'||7,700'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Hawk||2.4||18'||7,993'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Heart||3||23'||7,340'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Hobo||8||34'||8,320'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Legore||2||30'||8,957'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Mellard Pond||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Prospect||14||100'||8,380'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Swamp||43||23||7,837'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Unit||15||31'||7,007'||Eagle Cap Wilderness|
|Van Patten||23||75'||7,500'||Wallowa Whitman NF|
* 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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