Dry Creek Reservoir
Dry Creek Reservoir was constructed in 1961 and sits on private property for irrigation and stock water storage with limited public access.
- Type of water
- Lake or Reservoir
No recent report.09-17-2022
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The reservoir at maximum capacity covers 109 surface acres with a maximum depth of 40 feet and stores 1,940 acre-feet, with approximately 75% of storage from 0-20 feet. The greatest depth is 40 feet. The outlet gate is roughly eight feet above the reservoir floor, assuring a small minimum pool. As a put-grow-and-take rainbow trout fishery, the trout range from 8 to 10 inches when stocked and can grow to 16-18 inches. Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass fishing is a secondary fishery with naturally reproducing populations providing bass angling for 8-14 inch bass during good water years.