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Yellowjacket Reservoir

Contact Info
431 Patterson Bridge Road
PO Box 909
John Day, OR 97845
Basics
Size:
34 acres
Max. Depth:
25 feet
Elevation:
4800 feet
Season:
Year round

Description

The lake and campground are at 4800 feet elevation. The lake covers approximately 34 surface acres and is 23-25 feet in depth. The area is a popular boating and fishing recreation site. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife stocks the lake with rainbow trout. The lake is open for winter ice fishing and can be accessed by snowmobile when road access is snowed over.

Fishing

Fish:
Rainbow Trout
Fishing Methods:
Fly,Spin,Bait

Details

Size:
34 acres
Max. Depth:
25 feet
Elevation:
4800
Season:
Year round
Camping Info
Yellowjacket campground supports 20 camping sites. Drinking water and restrooms are available. Boats are allowed. There is a $7 fee per night to use the campground.

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Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Hines, use County Rd 127 to Emigrant Cr. & Jct with County Rd 47. Travel north to jct with County Rd37. Travel east about 2.5mi to access road jct and follow signs past Turner Cabin to Yellowjacket.


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