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Buckner Reservoir

Franklin County, Illinois
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Buckner Reservoir is located just southeast of Buckner, Illinois and south of Route 14 in Franklin County.
Buckner Reservoir is a relatively fertile, 17-acre, city-owned impoundment that is mostly surrounded by woods. It has a gravel ramp.
2 pole and line fishing only.

Site Regulations:
Largemouth bass: 15 inch minimum length limit
Channel catfish: 6 fish daily limit
How big is Buckner Reservoir?
Buckner Reservoir is approximately 17 sq acres (0 sq km) in size.
What kind of fish are in Buckner Reservoir?
Anglers can expect to find a variety of fish including Bluegill, Channel Catfish and Largemouth Bass in Buckner Reservoir.

Other fish species in the lake include and Redear Sunfish.

When are the best fishing times for Buckner Reservoir?
Today fishing looks to be moderately active with peak fishing times around 2-4 pm. For more more best fishing times visit our Buckner Reservoir Fishing Forecast page. Lake-Link Pro Members can get detailed fishing forecasts for up to 10 days in advance and species specific for Buckner Reservoir.
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Are there fishing guides for Buckner Reservoir?
Yes! There are fishing guides for Buckner Reservoir and/or the surrounding area. Please see the "Fishing Guides" section down a little further on this page.

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