Wall Canyon Reservoir Fish Report for 5-11-2018
Fishing Exceptional for Large Browns!
Wall Canyon Reservoir - Gerlach, NV (Washoe County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Fishing has been exceptional for some larger browns and carryover rainbows have been reported in the 14-18 inch range. Smallmouth bass in the 10-12 inch range are also being caught in good numbers. The reservoir is currently full. Spin fisherman have been successful with small spinners for the trout and small bright rapalas for the bass, bright jigs are also a pretty good bet at the reservoir right now.
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