Lake Oswego

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michaelkim9582
has anyone fished here? and was wondering what sort of fish are in here
 
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FishSchooler
michaelkim9582 said:
has anyone fished here? and was wondering what sort of fish are in here

Do not go. No access unless you own a time share (oh boy BIG money)
No trout.
 
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WorkinStiff
I fished it back in the 1960s.(I had rich friends)..Caught lots of Perch...There are also giant sturgeon in the lake...Caught a few nice largemouths there as well...
 
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FishSchooler
Welcome to OFF!
There are tons of warmwater fish, but just can't get to them! I have never heard of sturgeon there!
 
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michaelkim9582
hey fishschooler, it seems so sad that such a big and close lake, isn't open for public access.

so not one spot around the whole lake isn't private property?:think:
 
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seanteevlo
public access on Lake Oswego

public access on Lake Oswego

Having grown up there, you can fish in downtown at Millenium Park and along the train tracks. That is one of the only, if not the only, public access point. There's just a bunch of warm water fish, but there's also some cuttthroat trout that spawn in the recently restored Springbrook Creek.
 
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FishSchooler
seanteevlo said:
Having grown up there, you can fish in downtown at Millenium Park and along the train tracks. That is one of the only, if not the only, public access point. There's just a bunch of warm water fish, but there's also some cuttthroat trout that spawn in the recently restored Springbrook Creek.

The railroad tracks are fenced now. Im sure people wouldnt want to see someone fishin there... I havent seen anyone fishing either. And I think people would think the guy with the long pole would be weird... You can just go accross the street to george rogers park. Some decent bass water there.
 
Raincatcher
Raincatcher
Lake Off Limits!!!!

Lake Off Limits!!!!

With all the water around Portland,I have never understood the allure of Lake Oswego. However,no matter what anyone has told you, NO ONE is allowed to use Lake Oswego water for ANY reason unless you live there, and can prove it, or be a guest of someone who has water usage rights. I'm serious! If you look in the Bass Fishing section and go back to 6-13-08 you will find an article I copied directly from the Lake Oswego Corporation. Why LOC? Because that is the company which owns the whole blooming lake. For your wallets' sake, check out the article. Be safe.
Barb
 

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