ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: The road to the reservoir is still blocked by snow and the reservoir may still be covered in ice. The ice would not be in good enough condition for ice fishing. Trout fishing should be excellent this year once accessible as the reservoir will fill, creating ideal conditions for the fingerling, legal- and trophy-sized fish that will be stocked.

BEND PINE NURSERY: Anglers may keep two fish per day.

CRANE PRAIRIE RESERVOIR: Opens to fishing on Saturday.

CRESCENT LAKE: Open to fishing all year.

CROOKED RIVER BELOW BOWMAN DAM: Trout fishing has been poor as the flows are still high and the trout population is low. Fishing will remain poor until the flows subside and stabilize, and the fish population increases. As a reminder, bait is no longer allowed on the river and all trout over 20 inches are considered steelhead and must be immediately released unharmed.

DAVIS LAKE: Highway 42 and southern end of Cascade Lakes Highway has been cleared of snow. Open to fishing all year. Restricted to fly-fishing only with barbless hooks. Catch-and-release for trout. No limits on warmwater fish.

DEVILS LAKE: Cascade Lakes Highway snow gates closed. Open to fishing all year.

EAST LAKE: Snow gate at 10 mile Sno-Park closed. Open to fishing all year. Wild rainbow trout must be released.

ELK LAKE: Cascade Lakes Highway snow gates closed. Open to fishing all year.

FALL RIVER: River will be stocked with rainbow trout this week. Anglers report good fishing during warmest part of day. Open to fishing all year. Restricted to fly-fishing only with barbless hooks.

HAYSTACK RESERVOIR: The gate to the boat ramp on the west shore is now open. Fishing should be good this year. The reservoir will be stocked with 9,500 legal sized trout and 75 brood fish. Warmwater fish are plentiful but tend to be on the smaller side.

HOOD RIVER: Bright winter steelhead are still entering the river. The river is clear and fishable. No recent reports on angler success.

HOSMER LAKE: Cascade Lakes Highway snow gates closed. Open to fishing all year. Restricted to fly-fishing only with barbless hooks. Catch-and-release for all species.

LAKE BILLY CHINOOK: Bull trout and kokanee fishing has been picking up. Anglers are reminded there are small numbers of spring Chinook, Sockeye Salmon and summer steelhead in Lake Billy Chinook as part of the reintroduction effort. Please release these fish unharmed.

LAKE SIMTUSTUS: Fishing should be good this year as the reservoir receives 30,000 legal-size rainbow trout. There is a good population of smallmouth bass and fishing should start to pick up as the water warms.

LAVA LAKE: Cascade Lakes Highway snow gates closed. Open to fishing all year.

METOLIUS RIVER: Anglers report fair fishing for bull trout. Closed to fishing above Allingham Bridge. Fishing is restricted to fly-fishing only upstream of Bridge 99.

NORTH TWIN LAKE: Highway 42 is now open but side roads may still be snow covered. Open to fishing all year.

OCHOCO RESERVOIR: The reservoir is nearly full, which further restricts the already limited bank access. Boat anglers can do well trolling slowly. Fishing should be excellent this year as there are good numbers of large trout and abundant warmwater populations. The reservoir is stocked annually with 50,000 fingerling trout that grow well.

ODELL LAKE: Open to fishing all year. All tributaries to Odell Lake are closed to fishing. All bull trout must be released unharmed.

PAULINA LAKE: Snow gate at 10 mile Sno-Park closed. Open to fishing all year. Wild rainbow trout must be released.

PINE HOLLOW RESERVOIR: The lake has been stocked and fishing has been good, especially for trophies.

PRINEVILLE RESERVOIR: The reservoir is nearly full and the fish well-dispersed. Fishing should be good this year. The reservoir is stocked annually with 150,000 fingerling trout, and the warmwater fish populations are abundant.

PRINEVILLE YOUTH FISHING POND: Fishing should be good for the recently stocked trout.

ROCK CREEK RESERVOIR: The lake is full of water and has been stocked; should be good fishing.

SHEVLIN YOUTH FISHING POND: Open to youth only (17 years and under) and disabled anglers. Limit is two fish per day.

SOUTH TWIN LAKE: Highway 42 is now open but side roads may still be snow covered. Open to fishing all year.

SPARKS LAKE: Cascade Lakes Highway snow gates closed. Open to fishing all year.

SUTTLE LAKE: Open to fishing all year. 25 kokanee per day in addition to daily trout limit. No size limits on kokanee.

WALTON LAKE: Walton is open to fishing year-round, but the lake is still covered in ice. The condition of the ice does not allow for ice fishing. Fishing should be excellent this year for large holdover trout once the lake is fishable, and for fast growing stocked fish once stocking resumes in May. The gate is closed this time of year so anglers will have to walk to the lake.

WICKIUP RESERVOIR: Opens to fishing on Saturday.

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