Odell Lake Fishing Guide

Odell Lake offers over 3562 acres of crystal clear water, 6 miles long and 1 1/2 miles wide, average depth is 132 ft and reaches a depth of 282 ft and is located near Willamette Pass in the northwest corner of Klamath County, Oregon and is one of the best fishing spots in the Pacific Northwest.

Odell Lake Odell Lake is open from late April to October 31 and allows both motorized and non-motorized boats on the lake.

Odell Lake offers great fishing for Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout (Mackinaw), Bull Trout, Mountain Whitefish and Kokanee Salmon. Odell Lake is well known as the trophy lake trout fishery.

Please note there is no fishing within 200 ft of the mouth of Trapper Creek from September 1 to October 31 on Odell Lake

  • Popular Fishing Methods on Odell Lake Include: Trolling, Still-Fishing, Fly Fishing and Casting spinners, jigging or lures.
  • Popular Fishing Baits and Lures on Odell Lake include: PowerBait, nightcrawlers, corn, Salmon eggs, plugs and flat fish.

Odell Lake in Central Oregon has produced the last two Oregon State record Lake Trout (Mackinaw).

Odell Lake Boating Information

Odell Lake Resources

Directions to Odell Lake