Onion Valley Reservoir Fishing Report

Onion Valley Reservoir - Denio, NV (Humboldt County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-2-2018
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Fishing has been good and will continue to get better with the falling temperatures. Spin fisherman using small rooster tails, spoons, kastmasters, and mepps are catching trout 12-15”” range. Fly fisherman in boats trolling small woolly buggers, leech patterns, and nymphs continue to pick up fish all day long. Some of the better fly patterns include; sheep creek specials, Zug bugs, and red copper John’s.  Terrestrials from shore can be effective all day when the wind is calm.  



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