Crawdad Imitations are Working Best.

Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)

by Aaron Meier

Submerged vegetation is presenting shore anglers with some challenges. Anglers in boats have had a little more success. Bass are taking darker soft plastic worms, but crawdad imitations are working best. Rainbow trout are hitting rainbow colored PowerBait or green with glitter.

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