The Winter Storms Have Stirred Up the Giant Cutthroat

Pyramid Lake - Sutcliffe, NV (Washoe County)


by Doug Rodricks
3-10-2019
(760) 935-4250
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It has been a good bite here as the winter storms have stirred up the giant cutthroat to move into the beaches to feed. Popcorn beetles, balanced leeches, midges, and black buggers have been the flies of choice lately. The water can be off color south of Wino, but it has been cleaner and more consistent from the North nets area. Some of the popular areas like Pelican have been crowded so get there early. Give us a call as March is a prime month to get after these beasts.



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