I was up at Shellrock Lake last weekend, it's about 600ft lower and was still covered in ice, I had to hike about a mile through snow to get to the lake, the roads were still too snowy to get through in a vehicle, unless you've got a winch and plan to use it. I'd guess that Oalie is still snowy as well.
I just checked with Fishing Lakes, Tips, & Resources | Fishing Works and learned that the snow level is at 8,000 feet whereas the lake is just over 4,000. Local weather calls for chances of thunderstorms the next few days and then showers off and on the rest of the week. Temperatures will be in the low to upper 60's. Since it is in Jefferson County,you may want to get an update from local ranger stations or guides. Please let us know how you do if you go up.
Talked to F&W this afternoon. Gentleman I talked to said since the company running the store and such went out of biz and the road is still not clear...they may not (May) not stock it this year. What a Loss for all of us, if...
He did say if Olallie's fish didn't go there they would be divided between other lakes and such.
That would be very unfortunate if they chose not to stock it. The fishing I enjoy most is strapping on a backpack and heading to a remote lake or river. Olallie offers a kid friendly alternative to that, but yet isn't your typical reservoir like Detroit with all the water skiers and it is a great base camp for many different lakes that are only a quick day hike away.
i hit up ollalie lake on friday. there were some crews out there to take down trees that may potentially fall, but the road there itself is clear. seems to have not been stocked at all though.
and yes, the store is out of business and the cabins there are closed down for the year. not sure if it will be stocked this year at all since the odfw stocking schedules for ollalie have all passed already, unless they do a late stock.
but yeah, nothing out there biting, except for mosquitoes.