Clear Lake

Clear Lake in the Northern Oregon Cascade Mountains

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Clear Lake is an irrigation reservoir that catches snow melt and is also fed by a couple of small streams and at least one fairly large spring. It has a self sustaining population of Eastern Brook Trout and is stocked with catchable size, trophy size and brood trout rainbows. It is a local favorite float tube lake.

Best: May - July but also fishes well in the fall

Irrigation reservoir: fluctual water level

Elevation: 3500'

Area: 475 acres max.

Depth: 22' max.

Fish species: stocked rainbows average 9" to 12", brood trout to 10 lb., self perpetuating brook trout to 5 lb.

Regulations: general/bait allowed - motors allowed - speed limit controlled

Hatches: Clear Lake is noted prolific hatches of Callibaetis may flies and chironomids. Crayfish patterns & wooly buggers are also productive.

How to get there from our store: Hwy 26 (E) through Government Camp, another seven miles look for the sign on the right.

Approximate distance: 18 mi.


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