Fern Ridge Lake Fishing Report near Veneta, Oregon

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Fern Ridge Lake

on February 5th

Fern Ridge Lake is known for consistent winds that make for great sailboating. Large flotillas are common on the weekends. Its not all wind though, Fern Ridge has great fishing too! Largemouth bass make up the lions share of the catch. When the lake is close to full, look for bass in the tiny fingers off the main lake, weedy slopes, the slough past the Coyote Creek bypass East of Perkins Peninsula Park, around flooded timber stands, riprap, weed beds, and old channels. When the lake is low, fish near the dam. Bluegills and crappies also offer good fishing in many of the same areas you will find bass. Bullheads, catfish, and a few cutthroat trout are also present in Fern Ridge. If you are shore bound, fish around the dam. Above and below, the fishing is great for all species year round.

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