Oregon has many great types of fishing, but when it comes down to it, more anglers spend more days chasing trout than any other fish.
Oregon is blessed with terrific fishing for native rainbow, cutthroat and bull trout. Introduced species such as brown, lake and brook trout thrive here.
What follows are links that take you to some of Oregon’s best trout fisheries, many of which focus on trophy fisheries.
You also will find a ton of information by going back to the Oregon page and using our interactive map or region/county menu to find places to catch trout wherever you are.
Stocked trout: Find the major stocked waters in all 36 Oregon counties by starting with this map.
Detailed information about rainbow trout fishing in select* waters:
- Davis Lake (Fly Fishing)
- Lower Deschutes River (Fly Fishing the Salmonfly Hatch)
- Diamond Lake
- East Lake
- Henry Hagg Lake
- Miller Lake
- North Fork Reservoir
- Odell Lake
- Pine Hollow Reservoir
- Upper Klamath and Agency Lakes (Fly Fishing)
- Wallowa Lake
- Williamson River
*Find LOTS more trout fishing close to home here.
Detailed information about brown trout fishing in select waters:
Detailed information about lake trout (mackinaw) fishing in select waters:
Trout anglers also may be interested in:
For month-by-month ideas of when and where steelhead and other types of fishing are best, see our Oregon Fishing Calendar.
For current regulations, consult the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s annual regulations booklet or website.