The Reservoir is Full!

Willow Creek Reservoir - Tuscarora, NV (Elko County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
7-31-2019
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The reservoir is full!  NDOW and Barrick planted the reservoir with 5,000 five to six-inch catfish and 5,000 15-inch catfish on Friday, May 31. Expect the fishing for catfish to pick up as the water temperature is in the mid to  high 60’s. Approximately 1100 crappie from Chimney Creek Reservoir were stocked, but anglers are being asked to return any crappie they catch back to the lake for a couple of years while the fishery rebuilds.  NDOW is in the process of transplanting black bass to the lake.



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