Fishing At Lake Umatilla
AKA: Umatilla Reservoir
Fishing for largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, white crappie, walleye, bluegill, pumpkinseed sunfish, yellow perch, chinook salmon, coho salmon, steelhead and sturgeon at Lake Umatilla in Washington.
Stretching for 110 miles along the WA/OR border, between John Day Dam and McNary Dam, Lake Umatilla is an excellent fishery with a wide variety of fish species. Residing in this 48,000-acre lake are bass, catfish, crappie, walleye, sunfish, perch, salmon, steelhead, sturgeon and others. Over 220 miles of shoreline give anglers plenty of places to wet a line for bass, crappie and sunfish. The deeper river channel, ledges and humps are favorite hangouts of most the other species. The elevation is 268 ft above sea level. This section of the Columbia River is accessible from both Oregon and Washington with numerous boat launch ramps in each state. No boat rentals are available here so bring a canoe, kayak, family boat or fishing boat and enjoy this great fishing in southern Washington.
Primary fish species residing in Lake Umatilla
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Lake Umatilla Amenities
Boat Rental: NO
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Crowe Butte Park Campground - 509 875-2644
Agate Acres RV Park - 509 735-8642
Plymouth Park Campground - 541 506-4807
Driftwood RV Resort & Campground - 541 481-3262
US Army Corps of Engineers Campground - 541 739-2713
Roosevelt Park Recreation Area Campground - 541 506-7819
Oregon Trail RV Park - 541 571-0661
Umatilla Marina RV Park - 541 922-3939
Green Acres RV Park - 541 481-2205
Lake Umatilla WA Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Crowe Butte Park
1 Crow Butte State Park Rd
Paterson, WA 99345
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Lake Umatilla in Washington.
General Fishing Info
Information about fishing lakes in Washington
Lake Umatilla offers crappie, walleye, sunfish, perch, bass, catfish, salmon, steelhead and sturgeon fishing along the Washington-Oregon border.