Ruby Lake NWR Fishing Report

Ruby Lake NWR - Elko, NV (Elko County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-5-2018
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Very little change here as the water level is very low due to irrigation and the weeds are making fishing from shore difficult.  This is normal for this time of year, though with the cold weather and precipitation, the weeds should start to disappear.  Best fishing is still from float tubes or small boats.  Anglers can use a variety of presentations including worms, PowerBait, spinners and flies.  Chironomids, wooly buggers, hares ears, prince nymphs and damselfly nymphs are recommended. Fishing for trout is fair while fishing for bass has slowed.  Bass anglers should be using small dark colored plastic grubs or two tone plastic grubs.



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