Marion Lake
Statewide

Trout stocking maps

February 23, 2018

Each year ODFW stocks millions of trout in dozens of reservoirs, lakes and ponds across the state.
Finding these locations is easy using our trout stocking maps.

Use these Google-based trout stocking maps in conjunction with the weekly trout stocking schedule to help plan your next fishing trip.

The stocking schedule will show you when someplace is being stocked. The stocking maps will show you how to get there. In addition to directions, you’ll find helpful information for each waterbody, including:

  • Amenities like restrooms, parks and picnic tables
  • Bank access and boat ramps
  • Parking
  • Other species available in addition to trout

Northwest Region Trout Stocking Map
Northwest and Willamette zones

Southwest Region Trout Stocking Map

High Desert Region Trout Stocking Map
Central and Southeast zones

Northeast Region Trout Stocking Map

Additional resources:

Our How to Fish for Trout video series covers everything you’ll need to know to get started, from baiting the hook to landing your fish.

How to Clean and Keep Your Catch – the title speaks for itself.

A great tool for planning your next fishing vacation is Easy Angling Oregon, which lists 101 family fishing sites throughout the state.

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