|Regular Annual Fishing:||$ 30|
|Regular Daily Fishing:||$ 12|
|Juvenile (12-17 yrs) Annual Fishing:||$ 10|
|Children 11 & Under:||FREE|
|Sr. Citizens (60 yrs +) Annual fishing:||$ 10|
|Veteran Annual Fishing:||$ 10|
|Regular 2 (consecutive) days fishing:||$ 22|
Rainbow trout are stocked annually at the 80-acre lake to provide angling action. Indian Lake is open for fishing from May 1 - October 31. A Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation fishing permit is required and may be purchased at the lake or at many other local license outlets.
Reservation Fishing Permits are available at Indian Lake (during camping season), Arrowhead Travel Plaza, and Mission Market.
For more information on fishing permits, please call the Umatilla Tribal Fisheries Department at (541) 429-7000.
Boats (electric motors only) are welcome.
Angler survey boxes with catch information forms will be posted at Lake Hiyúumptipin (Indian Lake), and on the Umatilla River and its tributaries. Please report your catch (and comments, suggestions, etc.) CTUIR harvest monitors, enforcement and Lake Hiyúumptipin caretaker may also ask anglers for harvest information. Cooperation from anglers is appreciated. Information gathered will be used to manage the fishery.
|Regular Annual Upland Game and Waterfowl Hunting||$ 30|
|Juvenile (12-17 Years) Annual Upland Game and Waterfowl Hunting||$ 19|
|Regular Combination Fishing/ Upland Game and Waterfowl Annual Hunting||$ 54|
Regular Combination Annual Fishing/Hunting $54.00 (Fishing/Small Game/Upland Game Waterfowl).
Non-Indian hunting on the Umatilla Indian Reservation is restricted to upland game birds and waterfowl only. No big-game hunting is permitted.
No hunting of blue or ruffed grouse or dove, or spring Gobbler Turkey is permitted.
CTUIR sets bag and possession limits consistent with Oregon State Synopsis for these regulations.
Tribal lands harvest is not in addition to existing State limits.
Ask first before fishing or hunting on lands within the Umatilla Indian Reservation!
All anglers and hunters are required to obey the laws and respect the rights and property of others. Pay special attention to posted safety zones.
Rainbow Trout: Lake Hiyúumptipin (Indian Lake): May 1- October 31
McKay Creek System Above: McKay Reservoir: Open Year-Round
All other streams on the Umatilla Indian Reservation: Sept. 16 - Dec. 31 (closed in spring/summer to protect spring Chinook)
Bull Trout: CLOSED
Salmon & Steelhead: CLOSED
Other Fish: Same as for rainbow trout locations and seasons
** Also See "Special Restrictions" section **
Lake Hiyúumptipin (Indian Lake) and All Open Streams:Five (5) trout per day, 8 inch minimum and only one trout over 20 inches in maximum length may be taken per day. Two daily limits in possession must be accompanied with two days of day use/camping receipts.
Other Fish: No bag or length limit. Does not include Pacific Lamprey.
Lake Hiyúumptipin (Indian Lake): Only those boats powered by electric outboard motors or propelled by oars or other non-mechanized means may be operated.
McKay Creek: Catch and release fly-fishing only with a single barbless hook is allowed January 1 to April 22, and November 1 to December 31, 2019. Regular catch and keep regulations apply April 23 to October 31, 2019.
Mainstem Umatilla River: Catch and release fly fishing only with a single barbless hook is allowed during the trout season on the mainstem Umatilla River and tributaries upstream from Thornhollow Bridge to the upper Reservation boundary. Regular catch and keep regulations apply to mainstem and tributaries below Thornhollow Bridge, however, hooks no larger than ¼” (from point to shank) are allowed.
At Fish Facilities:No person shall fish from or trespass on a fish way, weir, fish trap or fish facility water intake/outflow structure. Bonifer Springs fishing closure includes the pond and two feeder springs. Minthorn Springs fishing closure includes the fish facilities and Minthorn Springs Creek. Imaques C-Mem-ini-kem, Thornhollow & Pendleton closures includes fish facilities and the water intake/outflow structures.
CTUIR, Fish & Wildlife Enforcement 541-278-0550
All fish that are release must be unharmed and should not be removed from the water.
Contact: Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation DNR Fish & Wildlife Programs 541-429-7OOO