Knott Creek Reservoir covers 216 surface acres and has a maximum depth of 24 feet. Fish include rainbow trout, bowcutt trout (rainbow x cutthroat trout hybrid), and tiger trout (brown x brook trout hybrid) that generally grow to 30 inches. It is a very productive lake and anglers are known to catch up to 20 fish per day. The best times to fish is usually during in June and October. The most productive fly patterns during the early season include emergers and leeches, and later in the season include damselflies and dark wooly buggers. Other successful lures include Flatfish and dark colored spinners. Camping around the lake is primitive. Be careful, road access can be difficult early and late in the season because of muddy conditions.