: WILLOW VALLEY RESERVOIR: Fishing is fair for largemouth bass. Try the Antelope Creek channel for best success. Bass will also be in the shallow flats next to the dam. The reservoir is turbid. Bluegill are abundant but small in size. Crappie are scarce but can be abundant at the many habitat structures placed in the reservoir by Klamath Bassmasters, BLM and ODFW. A good fish finder can locate these structures. Some structures can be observed protruding from the waters surface. There is a concrete boat ramp and the outhouse has been repaired. Water levels are low; therefore, launching boats might be challenging.
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.