Anglers Should Use Caution on The Ice

Illipah Reservoir - Ely, NV (White Pine County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-14-2020
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The reservoir remains at capacity and ice is sitting at 6 to 10 inches throughout the lake.  Some variation in ice depth may be present were the creek comes into the lake and anglers should use caution when fishing this area.  With the warmer temperatures, it is time to start drilling test holes as you venture upon the ice here as a precaution.  Anglers will do well on nightcrawlers, mealworms, a variety of jigs, wet flies, and powerbait. 



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