Temperatures Are Starting To Cool

Kirch Wildlife Management Area - Preston, NV (Nye County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Nevada Department of Wildlife

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
9-18-2019
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 On Dacey, trout have been taking a variety of spinners and spoons, as well as PowerBait and night crawlers. Action on Adams-McGill continues to be steady for bass despite seasonal weed growth. Bass are hitting plastics and flies. The Woolly Bugger is always a good choice. With temperatures starting to cool, dove hunters on the area may find some good hunting as well good fishing.



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