Falcon Lake - Oregon

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Falcon Lake - OregonLevel 14
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Falcon Lake - Oregon
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In late summer and early fall the most productive fishing time is around late morning and early evening, when the sun is high enough.

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As the weather gets colder, it’s better to go fishing around midday, when the water temperature is warmer.

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Fees
Travel fee
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4000
Fishing fee (per day)
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900


Falcon Lake is every angler’s natural paradise in a secluded mountainous region of Oregon. This magnificent basin, surrounded by a luscious forest on the north and overlooking a distant mountain range on the south, opens its hidden wonders to the daring explorer. Find a broken wooden bridge, enigmatically hidden in the deep foliage or enjoy a scenic cliff with a beautiful waterfall overhanging the lake. Here, the crisp autumn breeze tingles the senses as the vibrant reds, greens and yellows of the deep foliage pose a soothing reminder that summer has moved on, the fall is here and that this is just the time and place to go after some Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Cutthroat Trout. Pumpkinseed and Smallmouth Bass are to be found here as well. Enjoy the captivating fishing locations varying in terrain from shallow rocky shores with crystal clear water to deep, steep-sided banks obstructed by logs and debris. Once here, you’ll never want to leave.


Licenses

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Basic License

Available from level 14

1 day
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1000

MUST BE RELEASED:
Trophy & Unique Oregon Redband Trout, Trophy Brown Trout, Trophy & Unique Rainbow Trout

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Forbidden

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

3 days
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2850
Week
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6300
Month
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24000
Unlimited
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70
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Advanced License

Available from level 14

1 day
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2000

MUST BE RELEASED:
No restrictions

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Allowed

BOAT FISHING:
Boats & kayaks allowed

3 days
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5700
Week
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12600
Month
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48000
Unlimited
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150


Starting points

The Mountain Watcher

The Mountain Watcher

This splendid moderately shallow fishing spot with a magnificent view of the distant mountain range is perfect not just for watching the sunrise, but also abundant in dark-green weedy vegetation which is a favorite hideout for Smallmouth Bass. This marvelous spot is also perfect for longer casts – from here you can reach one of the most interesting parts of the lake, the aquamarine sanctuary to Brown Trout.

Trout Lair

Trout Lair

Step into a tranquil world of solitude as you make your way to this special fishing spot in the very North of Falcon Lake, surrounded by dense forests. Breathe in the smell of damp leaves and bark as you make your cast to outmaneuver thick brush and weed beds and reach the shelter of savvy trout. Make sure to have your tackle for long distance casts at hand - quite a way offshore is the deepest part of Falcon Lake, a cold and abysmal Trout Lair. This is a genuinely unchartered territory with varying and unpredictable bottom and underwater terrain, so using strong tackle would definitely be a good idea if your aspirations go as high as landing a huge Trophy Rainbow Trout.

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Waterfall Cascade

Waterfall Cascade

This southernmost point of Falcon Lake is a marvelous fishing spot overlooking the lusciously colorful forest on the opposite bank. This secluded location with large boulders covered in green juicy moss is right next to a gently cascading waterfall that sparkles in rays of the setting sun. The rocky shallow bank with cool, crystal clear water and some rocks just further offshore is natural home to Cutthroat Trout. So put on your waders (wellie boots) and let the fishing begin!

Nature’s Charming Hardcore

Nature’s Charming Hardcore

The southernmost point of Falcon Lake is where the waters of a boisterous whitewater mountain river seem to relax and calmly flow into the crystal-clear aquatoria of this rocky basin. Here the steep-sided bank sharply drops into the reservoir’s abyssmal depth. The bottom in this area is rocky with occasional large boulders, a perfect hideout for Brown Trout, Oregon Redband Trout and Rainbow Trout. Surrounded by pristine rocks, this place has that chilly mid-fall atmosphere that is just further emphasized by the moist fallen trees and wooden debris covering the stony bank here and there. Now, it may not be a cozy trip to Hawaii, but this place definitely has its hardcore natural charm that straightforwardly says “this is the great American outdoors” and makes it a simply irresistible destination for a real fishing escapade.

A Bridge of Logs

A Bridge of Logs

A deeply indented area of Falcon Lake’s rocky western shore hides a very remote and soothingly discreet fishing spot where the lake’s cold waters proceed on their neverending journey by falling into a small mountain river. By the large moss-grown boulders you can find a natural bridge of sorts, constructed by local anglers from massive fallen logs. The rocky shore ends here with some sharp drop-offs, dissappearing in the cold relatively shallow waters with an earthen bottom that are home to numerous Pumpkinseed, Redbreast Sunfish, Smallmouth Bass, Rainbow Trout and Cutthroat Trout.

Competitions

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Trout Hunter. Falcon Lake, Oregon Trout and Char family Here’s a Competition that’s all about landing the perfect Trout! Winning this one requires not just landing the biggest or the most Trout...this contest is all about precision! To score the highest points your Trout has to weigh in as close to 1 kg as possible!
Best Five Bass. Falcon Lake, Oregon Smallmouth Bass Welcome to Oregon, the Beaver State! Enjoy the mountains and picturesque views of Falcon Lake and take part in a challenging competition to determine the most proficient Smallmouth Bass hunter! All you have to do is catch the heaviest of Smallmouth Bass. Whoever lands 5 Bass with the biggest total weight - wins!


Tournaments

Name

Species Description
Grand Smallie's Cup Smallmouth Bass We are thrilled to welcome you at the Grand Smallie's Cup, a special Bass tournament, dedicated entirely to Smallmouth Bass! Prove yourself to be the most versatile bass angler, by battling the fierce angry Smallies in a heated competition with other anglers in this fun tournament challenge! Grand Smallie's Cup will take you through some breathtaking fishing destinations - from the deep blue waters of Oregon’s Falcon Lake and the the mesmerizingly picturesque San Joaquin Delta in the sunny state of California in the two Qualifiers, to for the Semifinal Round on Michigan’s beautiful Saint-Croix Lake and over to the wide banks of North Carolina’s Neherrin River for the Grand Finale, where the best anglers will fish in an epic showdown for the title of Grand Smallie’s Champion and many valuable prizes!
Independence Trout Open! Trout and Char family Welcome to Independence Trout Open, the annual Trout sportfishing tournament hosted by Fishing Planet in the wake of July 4th, Independence Day! This is what we’ve all been waiting for!

The Trout you catch might be virtual, but the Tournament and the Championship status are as real as they get! Register for the Independence Trout Open, pass the Qualifiers, get to the Final Round and compete against the very best to become the Independence Trout Open Champion! First-place winner and two runner-ups get the fame, the glory and, of course, valuable prizes! But making it to the Top-10 is quite an achievement too! This is the one sportfishing event you don’t want to miss!

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