Water Levels Up

Wild Horse Reservoir - Owyhee, NV (Elko County)

Photo Credit: Nevada Department of Wildlife

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-14-2016
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Wildhorse Reservoir - Water levels are up! The island off of the state park boat ramp is only about three to four feet from being covered with water. The lake is approximately 40% full and you can launch a boat, though expect fishing to be slow. NDOW will be stocking Wildhorse with its full complement of approximately 100,000 fish this spring and fall.


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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, April 14th, 2016

Echo Canyon Reservoir: Bows Biting
Lake Mead: Fishing is Good
Lake Mohave: Picking up
Colorado River - Laughlin: Been OK
Pahranagat Lake: Check Upper Marsh
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Slow
Urban Ponds: Catfish Coming
Angel Lake: Should be open by Memorial Day
Cave Lake: Fair to Good
Cold Creek Reservoir: Rising
Illipah Reservoir: Fair to Good for Bows
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Worms or Powerbait
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): 40% Full
Ruby Lake NWR: Can be Good
South Fork Reservoir: Hit or Miss
Wild Horse Reservoir: 40% Full
Willow Creek Reservoir: Not worth the Trip
Wilson Reservoir: WIlson Update

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Angel Lake: Road Still Closed
Cave Lake: Fair to Good
Cold Creek Reservoir: Ice Free
Illipah Reservoir: Ice Free
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Plenty of Open Water
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): Too Be Stocked Soon
Ruby Lake NWR: Ruby Lake NWR Update
South Fork Reservoir: Picking Up
Wild Horse Reservoir: Starting to Break Up
Willow Creek Reservoir: Not Worth It
Wilson Reservoir: Plenty of Open Water
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Good
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Good Fishing
Lake Mead: Good when Warm
Lake Mohave: Good when Weather is Good
Colorado River - Laughlin: River Update
Pahranagat Lake: Try Upper Marsh
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Good!
Colorado River - Willow Beach: No Change
Urban Ponds: Urban Pond Update