Fishing at Keswick Reservoir, California
Keswick Reservoir is among the aquatic environments associated with the Sacramento River watershed. Cold-water fish species found in Keswick Reservoir include resident rainbow trout and brown trout. Warm-water species include the same species found in Shasta Dam. California Department of Fish and Wildlife occasionally plants hatchery-reared fish in Keswick Reservoir. The reservoir is accessible from shore and by boat, but it is not heavily used for fishing. Keswick Dam is the uppermost barrier to anadromous fish migrating up the Sacramento River. Because of its small size, Keswick Reservoir does not stratify. Reservoir levels fluctuate daily by one to three feet. The reservoir can fluctuate as much as eight to nine feet on an annual basis. Releases to the Sacramento River have ranged from approximately 3,300 cfs during drought periods and 79,000 cfs during flood events.
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