Holloway Reservoir near Davison, Michigan
Despite being murky and not having many weeds Holloway Reservoir still manages to support a very nice population of catfish, bass, panfish, crappies, and walleyes. You can also find some decent pike here. If you are looking for bass, panfish, or pike I would focus on the upper end of the lake where most of the stumps and weeds are. Consider fishing with spinners, swimbaits, crankbaits, jerkbaits, soft plastics, and spoons. If you are looking for catfish try fishing the lower end near the breaklines, points, and old river channel with worms, shrimp, dead fish, stink bait, and artificial catfish bait on the bottom after dark. The crappies can be found in the river channel and near brush piles feeding on spoons, jigs, and live baits. But out of all the spots in the reservoir my favorite for all species is below the dam. Tight Lines!
Holloway Reservoir Fishing near Davison, Michigan
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Details for Holloway Reservoir
Species Caught Here: None
Access: Public Property
Body of Water Type: Reservoir
Lat/Long: 43.122803 -83.494118
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Description for Holloway Reservoir, Lapeer County, Michigan
Holloway Reservoir is a reservoir located just 6.2 miles from Davison, in Lapeer County, in the state of Michigan, United States, near Richfield Center, MI. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including perch, bream, bluegill, bullhead, crappie, walleye, smallmouth bass, catfish, largemouth bass and northern pike here.
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Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times
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