Round Valley Reservoir Fishing Report near Greenville, California

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So I was in Greenville for a 10 day stay and fished Round...

on October 3rd

So I was in Greenville for a 10 day stay and fished Round Valley every evening after work. The shore lone had about 20yds of vegetation that was impossible to fish. But, the dam was always open. I caught Largemouth Bass on spinnerbaits and swim baits. Trout on bait ant flys on a casta-bubble. Many-many Bluegills on worms and even tapped two Real nice Crappie ( largest was 14”). There were a good supply of another fish that when I first caught it I thought it was a white fish....looked like a grass carp also but not sure. They really liked worms on a bobber. They were in the 10-12” range and put up a good fight. I fished in late Sept first week of Oct. Good luck and keep your tips-up!


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