Action Has Been Slow With Warm Temperatures

Echo Canyon Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Action has been slow this past week as temperatures remain on the warm side. Aquatic vegetation has made shore fishing challenging for anglers, but there are areas where it is easy to reach open water. Trout, crappie and bass continue to provide good action in the mornings, but they slow down as the day heat up. Using a bobber will help to keep your bait above the weeds.

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for Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

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