The Trout Bite has Been Improving

Echo Canyon Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
9-12-2018
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 The bass and crappie action has showed signs of slowing down this past week, but jigs and small spinning lures are still producing some bites in the mornings.  The trout bite has been improving as overnight temperatures continue to cool.  The fish are taking spinners, spoons and flies, along with PowerBait in rainbow sparkle or the usual green or orange colorations.



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