Located in California, Lake Williams is surrounded by a stunning backdrop of dry arid land and forest-covered steep hills. Two clusters of rocky islands at either end of the lake are great holding spots for its inhabitants, but changes in depth in open water shouldn’t be ignored.
Lake Williams features seven different species of fish including two new species: Spotted Bass and Bluegill.
Key features include:
- Over 2000 acres of lake to explore with tens of thousands of fish present
- Authentic Californian venue with rocky islands to target fish
- Seven species of fish including trophy-sized Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass
- Two new species to catch – Spotted Bass and Bluegill