Flows Are Currently High

Walker River - East Fork (NV) - (Lyon County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-12-2019
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The East Walker River flows are currently high with higher water demands downstream. Flows will start to come when night time lows start to fall. Fishing will be great when the river comes into shape. Fly fisherman have reported a few fish on larger streamers but high flows make wading a challenge. Spin fisherman using larger plugs or rapalas may entice the occasional larger fish in deeper pools or runs.



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