: WILLOW VALLEY RESERVOIR: There have been no recent fishing reports. Best fishing is from a boat. Launching a boat might be problematic due to high reservoir levels. Bring waders or rubber boots to launch. Crappie are rare in the reservoir but can be found suspended near the large wood placement and spider block structures. Bluegill are abundant in the shallows but typically small and difficult to capture. Lahontan cutthroat are very rare. Yellow perch can be the most dominant fish in the reservoir but tend to stunt resulting in very small adult size (6-inches). The reservoir is turbid.
Reported by: Oregon D.F.W
Lures & Spinners
Willow Valley is typical of most fisheries located in the high desert plateau
region of eastern Oregon. The 580-acre impoundment is located approximately 45 miles
east of Klamath Falls.