Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

Fishing


Recreational fishing is available year-round within Park District boundaries for anglers with a valid Oregon fishing license.

Three nearby lakes are stocked with trout annually by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

  • Bethany Lake – North of Hwy 26 at 185th Ave. and NW West Union Rd.
  • Commonwealth Lake – South of Hwy 26 between Murray Rd. and Cedar Hills Blvd.
  • Progress Lake – North of Barrows Rd., just west of Progress Ridge retail development. Patrons are requested to use on-street parking instead of parking in the mall lot.

The newest fishing hole – Progress Lake – is a former quarry near Progress Ridge Town Center that has been filled with water to a depth of about 60 feet. A floating fishing platform was built through a grant from the Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation.

Guidelines

Anglers are reminded to observe legal fishing requirements, including daily catch limits, and to follow park rules:

  • Keep chairs and coolers off of the pedestrian pathway.
  • Bring your own pole support (don't cut vegetation).
  • Clean up
  • Don't throw dead fish back into the lake.
  • Keep dogs on leash.
  • Do not enter fenced-off areas.
  • No swimming, boating, or float tubes are allowed in the lakes.
  • If you catch an alligator, run like crazy! ;)

This page was last updated on Wednesday July 30 2014 at 10:09 AM.



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