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wormosa

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i am not going to be able to make it until hagg opens up in feb. or march, i need a lake that is in either these counties lol.... yamhill,marion, or washington and i would like to use my boat as well... any help would be good.. thank you
 
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The only thing I can think of might be Barney reservoir if it's still accessible after it starts snowing.

Other than that if you're really jonesing for trout and the boat is a must it might be worth the trek all the way over to Detroit.
 
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wormosa

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The only thing I can think of might be Barney reservoir if it's still accessible after it starts snowing.

Other than that if you're really jonesing for trout and the boat is a must it might be worth the trek all the way over to Detroit.
where is barney lol, detroit is such a long drive... i am feeling like a methhead ( not really one) who needs a hit lol
 
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The Nothing

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There are a lot of other places open out there... Most lakes are open year round including the following:
Clear Lake (Linn Co)
most of the mountain lakes Cascade Lakes, select lakes in the Willamette National Forest Portion (Lane Co.); Blue, Corner, Lower Eddeeleo, Upper Eddeeleo, Goose, Heart, Upper Horse, Linton, Nash, Penn, Porky, Upper Salmon, Separation, Spring and Timpanogas (Douglas Co.)
Salish Ponds
Long Tom River (C&R)
Leaburg Lake (sometimes you can use bait, sometimes you can't, see regs)
St Louis Ponds (park road is closed, but you can hike in)
Pamelia Lake
Round Lake

and much more. just check out the regs


btw, 2010 regs are out and Hagg reopens March 5 2010
 
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wormosa

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There are a lot of other places open out there... Most lakes are open year round including the following:
Clear Lake (Linn Co)
most of the mountain lakes Cascade Lakes, select lakes in the Willamette National Forest Portion (Lane Co.); Blue, Corner, Lower Eddeeleo, Upper Eddeeleo, Goose, Heart, Upper Horse, Linton, Nash, Penn, Porky, Upper Salmon, Separation, Spring and Timpanogas (Douglas Co.)
Salish Ponds
Long Tom River (C&R)
Leaburg Lake (sometimes you can use bait, sometimes you can't, see regs)
St Louis Ponds (park road is closed, but you can hike in)
Pamelia Lake
Round Lake

and much more. just check out the regs


btw, 2010 regs are out and Hagg reopens March 5 2010
ty for the info that i have recieved... i appreciate it, is catch and release always available?
 
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