South End of The Lake Has Some Safe Ice

Comins Lake - Ely, NV (White Pine County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The lake is sitting at capacity and spilling water into the North Valley of Steptoe Valley Wildlife Management Area. The north end of the lake has an area of about 20 yards by 225 yards along the western shore that is open water for shore fishing and anglers have been catching fish there.  Thee rest of the ice at the north end of the lake should be considered unsafe.  The south end of the lake still has some safe ice though anglers should drill some test holes as they venture upon it.  Anglers will do well on nightcrawlers, mealworms, a variety of jigs, wet flies, and powerbait.

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