Awesome news! I love Olallie Lake, it's so pristine and beautiful.
Just don't go hiking around there for a little while longer. Almost exactly 1 year ago we tried that and got horribly lost due to unusually high amounts of snow. This year the snowpack is even higher, so I would wait for a few more weeks before venturing out on the Pacific Crest Trail or the other hiking areas around that.
This is the road around the lake, as of last Tuesday (a week ago today). I parked about 1/4 mile from the resort and hiked back in to Peninsula. Took this just before reaching Camp Ten. This snow was very packed, very deep and very everywhere. Some spots as deep as eight or nine feet.
Water temp was about 45 degrees at noon, when the atmosphere warmed up to about 70. Slow biting at all of my usual spots with rivers of snow melt running across the road dumping into the lake. There will definitely be some new monster potholes between campgrounds this year.
I was feeling sorry for the poor folks that own the resort - they're having a tough time yet again.
All in all, five brookies caught over two half days of fishing - all between 14-19 inches.
I love that place....need to get up there while I still have Jeanna's toon...hehe...thanks Jeanna....course I have my favorite spot that I wade to also....I think I will wait until some more of the snow is gone.....