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You can create your own custom itinerary for your trip to Oregon's Washington County. Throughout the site, you'll see many activities, destinations, and events that you can add to your itinerary. Just click "Add this to my itinerary" as you browse our site. As you add items to your itinerary, you'll have the opportunity to share this with your family and friends and print your itinerary.

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Fishing Holes

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Fishing is another popular pastime in Oregon, and visitors can get in on the angling action, as well. Trout, crappie and bass are just three of varieties of fish that can be found in Washington County’s lakes and ponds.

The 1,100-acre man-made Henry Hagg Lake,  located in a forested area in Gaston near Scoggins Valley Park, is a popular fishing hole. Open to motorized and non-motorized boats, as well as swimmers, Hagg Lake is open for day use only (dawn to dusk), March-November. Canoes, small fishing boats and pedal boats may launch at Boat Ramp C, on the west side of the lake, along West Shore Drive. (Catch of the day: crappie, bluegill, trout, largemouth bass, rainbow trout, yellow perch)

Horning’s Fishing and Picnic Hideout is a multi-activity attraction that offers fly fishing and cast and lure fishing, and also allows overnight tent and RV camping. No license is needed to fish in this private, well-stocked four-acre lake and pond. (Catch of the day: rainbow trout).

Bethany Pond (West Union Rd. and 185th Ave., Beaverton), located in a residential area of unincorporated Washington County, is a small, stocked pond with trout in early spring and warm-weather fish year-round. (Catch of the day: trout, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, bullhead)

Commonwealth Lake (Cedar Hills Blvd. and SW Foothill Dr.) is located in a neighborhood park, and is stocked with a variety of fish. This lake is known for its kid-friendly fishing and ADA-accessible areas. (Catch of the day: trout, bass, bluegill, crappie)

NOTE: Anglers older than 13 years must have a valid fishing license, available from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) (or call 503-947-6000).  Licenses start at $9 for a juvenile license, $33 for an angling license.