About Round Valley Reservoir
Round Valley Reservoir is known for its pristine clear blue waters that reflect the surrounding Cushetunk Mountains. The shores are perfect for swimmers, boaters, fishers and picnickers. It also boasts wilderness camping sites that are only reachable by hiking or boating. You can expect to catch largemouth and smallmouth bass, pickerel, catfish and sunfish.
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All members of the genus Esox look very much alike. The chain pickerel can be recognized by its markings.
The brown trout is one of the world’s most widely distributed and highly esteemed freshwater fish.
The lake trout has considerable value both as a sport fish and a food fish.
The rainbow trout is an extremely valuable species in any and all of its forms. It is native to the west coast of North America from southern Alaska to Mexico.
The smallmouth bass is the second largest member of the sunfish family attaining a weight of almost 12 lb.
The redbreast sunfish is an excellent panfish and a scrappy fighter.
The largemouth bass is the most popular freshwater game fish in the U.S. Learn more about how you can identify a largemouth bass, where to catch it and what bait and lures to use.
The white catfish has become a very popular anglers fish and a popular stock fish in private lakes and ponds.
Nearby Points of Interest
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Conservation Through Participation
You can help support and protect our aquatic natural resources by simply going fishing and boating. Buying a fishing license, respecting other anglers, practicing catch and release, being mindful of water conservation, keeping the environment around us clean and fishing responsibly are just some of the ways you can participate.
Responsible Fishing Starts With You
Learn more about how fish populations and habitats are managed, the connection between fishing and water quality, and the importance of fishing laws.