Murky But is Starting to Clear Up

Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
1-31-2019
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Water beneath the ice remains murky but is starting to clear up.  That is improving the catch rate for anglers using night crawlers combined with a bit of mini-marshmallow.  Anglers using PowerBait in orange or green also are doing well through the ice.  The ice is now measuring between 5 and 7 inches over most of the lake with the thickest ice still being found on the northern shoreline.  For up-to-date ice conditions contact Spring Valley State Park at 775-962-5102.

 



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