Boaters Are Having Better Luck Beyond The Weed Beds

Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Eagle Valley Resort

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Vegetation is presenting shore anglers with some challenges. Boaters are having a little more success beyond the weed beds. Bass are taking plastic worms in dark colors, but crawdad imitations are working best. Rainbow trout are hitting PowerBait in rainbow or green colors with glitter.

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