Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Recovery Podcast

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The Nevada Department of Wildlife has been engaged in an ongoing effort in the recovery of native Lahontan Cutthroat Trout as well as other native fishes important to the state’s aquatic ecosystems.

This week on Nevada Wild, Edwin and Teresa sit down with NDOW Fisheries biologist Chris Crookshanks to discuss the success of native aquatics programs and specifically Lahontan Cutthroat Trout.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

Eagle Valley Reservoir: Ice is still good
Echo Canyon Reservoir: No Fishing Pressure Last Week
Lake Mead: Stripers are Deep
Lake Mohave: Bass fishing picking up
Colorado River - Laughlin: Good News
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Use Caution
: Good News
Colorado River - Willow Beach: Willow Beach Update
Pahranagat Lake: Fish are Biting

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Saturday, February 6th, 2016

Angel Lake: Road is Closed
Cave Lake: Expect Fishing to be Good
Cold Creek Reservoir: Completely Covered with Ice
Illipah Reservoir: Access to Lake is Difficult
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Ice Fishing is Good
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): Expecting to be stocked Spring of 2016
Ruby Lake NWR: Not Easy to Access but Good Fishing
South Fork Reservoir: Trout biting in Shallows
Wild Horse Reservoir: Some Big Fish Being Caught
Willow Creek Reservoir: Too Low
Wilson Reservoir: Fishing is Fair to Good