Anson Wright Pond – a small half acre pond located within Anson Wright County Park, 25 miles SW of Heppner on Hwy 207; stocked 2-3 times, March – May with catchable trout.

Row Creek Res. – a 20 acre reservoir, located 23 miles N of Mitchell on Hwy 207, L. side of road; stocked 2-3 times March – May with catchable rainbow trout. No boats.

Cavendar Pond – a 5 acre reservoir, located a half mile NW of the town of Monument; stocked 1-2 times, April – May with catchable trout.

Long Creek Pond – a small half acre gravel pit pond, located 2 miles W of the town of Long Creek; stocked

twice March-April with catchable Rainbow Trout.

Seventh Street Pond – a small half acre pond located on the N side of the town of John Day. Stocked 2-3 times April – May with catchable Rainbow Trout.

Trout Farm Pond – a small half acre pond, located 15 miles SE of Prairie City on the Logan Valley/John Day River Road; stocked twice annually, May – early June with catchable rainbow trout.

Magone Lake – a 36 acre lake in a wooded setting, located NE of John Day via Hwy 26 for approx. 10 miles, N on Rd 18 for approx. 13 miles; road is nearly all paved; stocked annually with rainbow and brook trout fingerling; motor boats allowed with restrictions.

Umatilla Forest Ponds – a dozen small ponds scattered in the Ukiah-Heppner area, generally S of the Heppner-Ukiah Hwy (USFS Rd 53), and S of Ukiah on the 52 Rd. Ponds are stocked once annually with catchable rainbow trout in early June. Maps are available at the Ukiah USFS Ranger Station Office and the ODFW District office in Pendleton and John Day.

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