Most Anglers Having Luck With Worms

Cave Lake - Ely, NV (White Pine County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
7-26-2019
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Fishing for nine to 12-inch fish has been fair to good at Cave Lake.  Most anglers are having luck with small worms, though PowerBait is also catching fish.  Fly rodders should be using small olive or black bead head crystal buggers, small olive wooly worms, hares ears and prince nymphs.  On warmer afternoons if a hatch is seen, small Adams, black ants, Griffith’s gnats, renegades and red or yellow humpies should all work. 



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