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Hart Lake Reservoir is located in Lake County, Southeast Oregon. Hart Lake and the Warner Valley Lakes house crappie, catfish, and trout. Average Size: Crappie up to 14 inches. Other fish fall within the average size for their species. Techniques: Mostly from the bank using jigs or bait, usually worms There are no developed campground areas here and not much shade; make sure to take plenty of water and sun block.

Bathroom facilities have been added at the Warner Wetlands Day Use area. Boating or bank fishing in the shallow wetlands is permitted. Some of this area is a designated wetlands preservation area (Warner Wetlands) so you may want to take along that camera for some good shots of our feathered friends.

Hart Mountain Wildlife Adventure
Explore one of Oregon's most amazing wildlife sanctuaries, Hart Mountain Antelope Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Oregon. This unique fault block country is rich in geology, wildlife, and open vistas. Observe pronghorn, bighorn sheep, and sage grouse, and meet with wildlife biologists to decipher the mystery of their disappearance from many landscapes. Warner Lakes Basin in the valley just below will provide wonderful waterfowl viewing. Northern Paiute campsites and rock art can be found in the surrounding lake basins. The famous Hart Mountain Hot Springs will be a welcome retreat after a day of hiking. Participants provide their own sleeping bags and tents. Group size is limited to 10.

For More Info Call the Lake County Chamber: 541-947-6040
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