Macks Biting

Lake Tahoe


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-15-2016
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Lake Tahoe is the place to be if you are fishing from a boat in northern Nevada. It may be one of the few places you still can launch a boat and catch a fish. Anglers have been reporting good success catching Mackinaw in the 3-5 pound range with many parties claiming limits. Anglers are concentrating in the 150 – 300 feet with white dodgers and minnows. Kwikfish and broken back lures have also been working.


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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Friday, April 15th, 2016
Ruby Lake NWR: Ruby is Good!
Carson River: Flows are High
Hobart Reservoir: Opens July 15th
Lahontan Reservoir: Carp Good
Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area: Trout Fishing is Good
Marlette Lake: Opens July 15th
Onion Valley Reservoir: Opens June 11th
Knott Creek Reservoir: Opens June 11th
Bilk Creek Reservoir: Trout Good
Chimney Dam Reservoir: Slow to Fair
Rye Patch Reservoir: Rebuilding
Spooner Lake: Slow
Topaz Lake: Topaz Update
Truckee River: Truckee Update
Walker Lake: No New News
Walker River - East Fork (NV): Brown Trout Picking Up
Washoe Lake: Expected to be Poor
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Good for Most

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, April 14th, 2016
Wild Horse Reservoir: Water Levels Up
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