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History of East Lake

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East Lake is one of the most productive fishing lakes in the Northwest. Each year Oregon Fish and Wildlife stock thousands of German Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Atlantic salmon, and Kokanee salmon into East Lake. Arguably the best fishing lake in all of Central Oregon; and one of the best fly fishing lakes in the […]

How To Fly Fish At East Lake

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Fly fishing is the #1 method of catching fish at East Lake. East Lake is a perfect lake for fly fishing. It has a weed bed that more or less circles the lake and has an abundant fish population that loves to eat the bugs in these weed beds. If you know the basics of […]

How to Catch German Brown Trout

Each year thousands of people come to East Lake in hopes of catching the new Oregon State record German Brown Trout. All methods of fishing can be productive in East Lake for trophy German Brown Trout; however some are more effective than others based upon the time of year, upon weather conditions, and water conditions. […]

How to Catch Kokanee

How to Catch Kokanee One of the most popular game fish in the Western States is the Kokanee. Kokanee are Sockeye Salmon that are landlocked or planted into freshwater lakes. Sockeye Salmon are one of the most delicious of the salmon species and the kokanee is no exception. Kokanee have dark red flesh, full of […]

Geology

Newbery Caldera Crater Newberry Caldera (Crater) was formed 500,000 to 250,000 years ago when Mt. Newberry collapsed leaving a crater 5 miles across and over 2,800 feet deep. Subsequent eruptions divided the caldera into two lakes, and left a pumice cone between them. The most recent eruption was 1,300 years ago resulting in the youngest […]

East Lake Fishing

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EAST LAKE is one of the finest and most historic fisheries in Oregon. Each season it produces Brown Trout over 10 pounds. The lake record is a 22-1/2 pound Brown, which is displayed in the Blue Duck Grill. According to many experts, the new Oregon state record Brown Trout is somewhere in the depths of East […]

Weather

Newberry Caldera (Crater) was formed 500,000 to 250,000 years ago when Mt. Newberry collapsed leaving a crater 5 miles across and over 2,800 feet deep. East Lake Resort is the highest lakeside resort in Oregon at 6381’ in elevation. Please check back frequently to see the current weather conditions

Reservation Policies

Please review reservation policies before completing your booking.  These policies have been revised for 2015. General Policies East Lake Resort requires full payment for all reservations (accommodations and watercraft) at the time they are made. Bookings can be made on line or via phone.  Eastlake Resort accepts Visa and Mastercard for payment. Cabin check-in is after 4 […]