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.
We've asked our fish biologists throughout the state to pick their favorite family fishing locations. These spots are great for...
More people in Oregon fish for trout than for any other kind of fish. Anglers can experience a lifetime of...