Improved Catch Rates

Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

With no ice left on the surface the water clarity has been improving which in turn has improved the catch rates across the reservoir. One angler throwing small spinners, such as a gold Mepps with red dots, was landing 12 to 14 inch Rainbows. NDOW stocked 15,000 Rainbow and 4,000 tiger trout last week. All facilities are open.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

Eagle Valley Reservoir: Water is Murky
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Reservoir is Full
Lake Mead: Fishing is Good
Lake Mohave: Windy Weather
Colorado River - Laughlin: Rainbows Biting
Pahranagat Lake: Fish Biting
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Ice Unsafe
Colorado River - Willow Beach: No Stocking Lately
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