Willow Creek Reservoir Fish Report for 4-17-2019
High and Muddy
Willow Creek Reservoir - Heppner, OR (Morrow County)
by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
The reservoir is currently high and muddy, fishing will be slow until it clears.
The reservoir is scheduled to be stocked with trophy sized rainbow tout the week of April 1.
Winter and early spring are best months to target trout; fish with night crawlers or PowerBait on the bottom. Water levels are raising quickly, with spring runoff, and this will likely put the water off color. The reservoir is stocked with fingerlings annually, which should now be in the 10- to 12-inch range.
Please report a caught tagged fish to the ODFW Pendleton office 541-276-2344.
OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, April 17th
Siletz River: April is The Peak Month
Wood River: Wood River Opens April 22
Willow Valley Reservoir: Largemouth Fishing Can Be Good in April
Tenmile Lakes: Lake Level Should Begin to Drop
Lake Billy Chinook: Trout Fishing Has Been Good
Clackamas River: Steelhead Conditions Are Improving
Nehalem River: Nehalem Crested at Just Over 7 Feet
Krumbo Reservoir: Fish Are Willing to Bite
Mann Lake: Mann Lake Has Some Water
Phillips Reservoir: Anglers Having Good Success
Sprague River: Mid April Sprague River Update
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