Weeds Are Getting Thicker Along The Shoreline

Echo Canyon Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)

Check out this awesome view of our very full reservoir! Also take note of the sunshine that we had this afternoon! Thanks to Kristal Roman's for the photo! #nvstateparks #lincolnnv #optoutside #hiking
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Echo Canyon State Park

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Weeds are getting thicker along the shoreline and the water is getting lower as the summer continues. Boaters are finding good fishing for rainbow trout in the morning and bass later in the day. The trout are taking rainbow PowerBait, as well as the chartreuse glitter varieties. Bass are hitting bright colored frog and crawdad plastics.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

Lake Mead: Anchovies Working Good For Boiling Stripers
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Colorado River - Laughlin: Laughlin Fishing Report
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Tuesday, August 13th, 2019

Echo Canyon Reservoir: Echo Canyon Fishing Report
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Anglers Having Success With Bright Colors
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Vegetation is Building Along Shoreline
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Panfish Providing Good Opportunity For Anglers
Colorado River - Laughlin: Fish Are Being Found Deep During The Day
Lake Mohave: Striped Bass Are Hiting Baits Across The Reservoir
Lake Mead: Bass Action Has Been Good
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report