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At 3,500-acre Odell Lake is among the largest of the Cascade Lakes, resting between Highway 58 and towering Diamond Peak. Odell is known for its lake trout-in fact, the state record, a 40-pound, 8-ounce giant-came from here in 1984. Kokanee are also present in good numbers, as are rainbow trout. Campground and resort accommodations are available. (Take note-Odell can get rough on windy days, so use caution)

Courtesy of “Boating in Oregon” by Oregon State Marine Board

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