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Hebo Lake is a Reservoir in Tillamook, Oregon.

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Hebo Lake is small (2-acre) and shallow. A gravel trail around the entire lake provides good bank access.

Fishing Description: 

Legal-sized rainbow trout are stocked in the spring (mid-March to mid-June). Occasionally some larger holdover trout are caught in early spring.

Fishing Cover / Structure: 

There are four ADA barrier-free fishing platforms located on the lake; two are accessible from the paved road. Only non-motorized boats are permitted on the lake. Because the lake is so small, it is better suited to canoes, small rafts or float tubes.

Fishing Tips, Tactics, How-To info: 

Standard trout fishing methods work well at Hebo Lake including worm and bobber, PowerBait or casting spinners.

Facilities and Parks: 

The USFS operates a day use area with picnicking and restrooms, and camp ground with 15 sites.

Fees: Yes, for day use and camping.

Additional Activities: Hebo Lake is located near several popular hiking trails including Plantation and Pioneer Indian. The town of Hebo is located just 12 miles from Pacific City on the Oregon Coast, where the historic Dory fleet launches and tide pools can be explored. Nearby state parks: Bob Straub State Park, Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area, Clay Myers State Natural Area.

For More Information:
ODFW North Coast Watershed District Office — (503) 842-2741
US Forest Service, Hebo Ranger District — (503) 392-5100

Directions to Lake: 

From Salem, travel west on Hwy 22 towards Hebo. Just before the Hwy 101 junction, turn off Hwy 22 on to Forest Road 14 (first right past US Forest Service) and go about 4.5 miles. From Hwy 101, travel east on Hwy 22 and turn left on Forest Road 14 and follow the signs (about .5 miles).

Hebo Lake
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