: WILLOW VALLEY RESERVOIR: Fishing is slow for largemouth bass. Launching a boat is unlikely at the boat ramp due to low water levels. Smaller boats can be carried to the water edge. The reservoir is primarily a bass fishery as other species are either too small or density is low. Typically shore fishing is very slow. The reservoir is always 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.