Willow Valley Reservoir Report

Willow Valley Reservoir - (Klamath County)


by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff
3-26-2021
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No recent reports on fishing or ice conditions. Largemouth bass fishing can be good in late March with warm weather. Try the Antelope Creek confluence or the shallow weed beds near the dam. Looks like Friday and Saturday should warm things up. Best fished from a boat.

Willow Valley is a very turbid, desert reservoir. The boat ramp is open. Bass and crappie can be found at the habitat structures placed by BLM and ODFW in the past. Yellow perch are prolific in the reservoir but stunted.




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