I was just wondering what your favorite high mountain lakes to fish are? I want to try a couple out next year.
Much better:lol: Gold lake lots of brookies there, Lawrence Lake north side of Mt Hood native cuts there. Both are float tube and pontoon friendly and good for fly fishing. Then there is Badger lake, I hate the drive but like the lake. Thuggin4Life you are right Crescent is a great lake even when you arn't fishing. We have rented those old cabins from time to time. I like to sit on the porch sip some Jamason and watch the lightening at night. I have not been there in a couple of years have to make a trip next summer.rainbowfisherman said:Ha ok ill change something "What are your favorite mountain lakeS ok better now
rainbowfisherman said:Thanks all and keep them coming im looking for a pretty small lake with brookies or brown trout in them or cutthrought either way. Once again thanks sooo much
Mike123 said:For remote hike-in high lakes:
I enjoyed Heart Lake a lot! Very remote... Awesome fishing!
Marion Lake was very cool but not as remote... didn't do well on the fishing there either.
For just lakes that are in the "mountain" I like East and Paulina lakes...
Depends on what types of mountain lakes your looking for...
TTFishon said:Which way do you go into Heart lake. Me and a buddy of mine hiked in there on one of the steepest hikes I've ever done.