Featured Lakes

Phillips Reservoir

Phillips Reservoir

 

 

Setting: Phillips Reservoir is a local and regionally popular recreation site in Baker County. Set in an open ponderosa and mixed fir forest it has a beautiful backdrop of the Elkhorn Mountains.
Lake size: 1,500 surface acres 
Vehicle/Fishing Access: street vehicle
Fish Species: Rainbow trout, Yellow perch, Smallmouth bass
Fishing Methods: Spin, Bait
Angling Season: Year-round

State boating rules:  The Oregon State Marine Board has administrative rules for boaters on Phillips Reservoir.

Nearby Developed Recreation Sites: Union Creek Campground (fee), Millers Lane Campground (fee), Southwest Shore Campground (fee),  Mason Dam Boat Launch, Union Creek Boat Launch (fee)

 

Anthony Lake

Anthony LakeSetting: Anthony Lake is a local and regionally popular recreation site in Baker and Union County. Set in a subalpine fir and mixed fir forest the area has a beautiful backdrop of Gunsight Mountain and the Elkhorn Mountain range.
Lake Size: 19 surface acres
Vehicle/Fishing Access: street vehicles
Fish Species: Brook trout, Rainbow trout
Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
Angling Season: Summer, Fall

State boating rules:  The Oregon State Marine Board has administrative rules for boaters on Anthony Lake
Nearby Developed Recreation Sites: Anthony Lake Campground (fee), Anthony Lake Picnic Area (fee); Anthony Lake Boat Launch (fee)
 

 

Grande Ronde Lake

Grande Ronde LakeSetting: Grande Ronde Lake is a local popular recreation site for Baker and Union County. Set in a subalpine fir and mixed fir forest the area ofers a beautiful backdrop of the Elkhorn Mountain range. 
Lake size: 10 surface acres  
Vehicle/Fishing Access: street vehicles
Fish Species: Rainbow Trout, brook trout
Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
Angling Season: Summer, Fall

State boating rules:  The Oregon State Marine Board has administrative rules for boaters on Grande Ronde Lake
Nearby Developed Recreation Sites: Grande Ronde Campground (fee); Grand Ronde Boat Launch
 

 

Twin Lakes

Twin LakesSetting: The lake is set in a subalpine fir and mixed fir forest with a beautiful backdrop of the Wallowa Mountain range.
Lake size: 40 surface acres; depth: 25 feet. 
Vehicle/Fishing Access: High clearance vehicles
Fish Species: Rainbow trout
Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
Angling Season: Summer, Fall
Nearby Developed Recreation Sites: Twin Lakes Campground
 

 

Mud Lake

Setting: This small seasonal lake is set in a subalpine fir and mixed fir forest with a beautiful backdrop of the Elkhorn Mountain range.
Lake size: 40 surface acres; depth: 25 feet. 
Vehicle/Fishing Access: High clearance vehicles
Fish Species: Rainbow trout
Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
Angling Season: Summer

State boating rules:  The Oregon State Marine Board has administrative rules for boaters on Mud Lake
Nearby Developed Recreation Sites: Mud Lake Campground (fee)
 

 

Fish Lake

Fish Lake (Wenatchee)Setting: The lake is set in a subalpine fir and mixed fir forest with a beautiful backdrop of the Wallowa Mountain range.
Lake size: 86 surface acres; depth: 50 feet.  
Vehicle/Fishing Access: High clearance vehicles
Fish Species: Rainbow trout, brook trout
Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
Angling Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
Nearby Developed Recreation Sites: Fish Lake Campground (fee)

 

Long Creek Reservoir

Long Creek ReservoirSetting: This is a low elevation lake with an open mixed of pine/fir forest and sage brush. It has a beautiful backdrop of Monument Peak and Wilderness Area.
Lake size: 2 surface acres, depth: 25 feet.  
Vehicle/Fishing Access: High clearance vehicles
Fish Species: Rainbow trout
Fishing Methods: Fly, Spin, Bait
Angling Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
Camping: Self-service dispersed camping





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