Fishing Little Lava and Big Lava Lake

The Lava Lakes were created by lava flows that trapped water from springs in the north east side of the lake. While the lava flows are clearly old, fishing is alive and well. The Lava Lakes are just a couple of the areas that hold Lake Trout in Central Oregon. If you haven't had a chance to go after large bull trout or mackinaw (lake trout), these lakes provides a great opportunity.


Little Lava and Big Lava Lake Fishing Regulations

  • Open Year Around

Be sure to check the Fishing Regulations and Emergency Rules  for this area.


Little Lava and Big Lava Lake Weather


Fishing Maps of the Little Lava and Big Lava Lake

Our Little Lava and Big Lava Lake fishing maps show areas we love to fish. If you've never fished here before these are great places to start.


Little Lava and Big Lava Lake Recommended Flies

The flies we've listed below are some of the locals favorites for this section of the water. If you're interested in learning to tie these flies, we've included links to show you how!


Little Lava and Big Lava Lake Stocking Schedule

Stocking Month (2020)Total Fish Stocked
January0
February0
March0
April0
May0
June3750
July1250
August0
September0
October0
November0
December0

Little Lava and Big Lava Lake Fishing Reports

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Community Reports

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Local Fly Shop and Guide Reports

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Fishing Spots near Little Lava and Big Lava Lake

Be sure to check out nearby fishing spots, they're less than 15 miles away from Little Lava and Big Lava Lake!