The reservoir covers 20 surface acres, stores 180 acre-feet of water, is 24 feet deep at maximum capacity, and can experience large seasonal drawdowns. As a put-grow-and-take rainbow trout fishery, the trout range from 8 to 10 inches when stocked and can grow to 16 inches. The best times to fish are in the early morning or late evening during May and June. When the reservoir fills during good water years, fall fishing can also be good. Small lures, flies, nightcrawlers, and Power Bait usually produce fish and make this a good place to take young or beginning anglers. Primitive camping is allowed, but there are no facilities. Boat launching is from the shore.