Fishing From Boat Has Been Most Productive

Spooner Lake - Glenbrook, NV (Douglas County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-2-2019
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Fishing has been better as more access to lake opens up from shore. Fishing out of a boat will be the most productive option until the cold really sets in and knocks down the remaining vegetation. Morning mayfly and midge hatches have been a little inconsistent but fish seem to still sporadically breaking the surface till the sun comes up. Fly fisherman in boats have been doing well slowly trolling damsels or small dark leech patterns along the weed beds and in the deeper weed channels. Parachute adams, Cutter’s Bi-Visible Dun, and small black elk hair caddis are all excellent dry flies to have at Spooner in the Fall. Expect to hook a few chub during an outing.



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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, September 25th, 2019

Lake Mead: 28 Pound Striper Catch
Lake Mohave: Stripers and Catfish Are Biting Throughout the Lake
Colorado River - Laughlin: Anglers Catching a Variety of Fish
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Las Vegas Urban Ponds Fishing Report
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Fishing Action Has Been Good
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Eagle Valley Reservoir Fishing Report
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Echo Canyon Fishing Report
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report