Fish Report for 2-21-2020
5th Annual Elko Sportsman's Expo
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Plan to join us!
The 5th annual Elko Sportsman's Expo is just 2 weeks away!
Saturday, March 7 from 9 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday, March 8 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Free Admission!
Two days of outdoor related activities and booths presented by the Nevada Department of Wildlife and the Elko Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
The free Kids Activity Room will have fly tying, archery, LaserShot, t-shirt decorating and wildlife education with skins, skulls, scat and tracks.
Visits our vendors in the main hall with non-profit conservation groups, camo, food and drink, campers, vehicles, OHVs, and much more.
Call 775-777-2391 for more information
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, February 19th
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Ice Has Completely Thawed
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Ice is Thawing Rapidly
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Anglers Need to Break Ice in Shallow Areas
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Catfish Are Becoming More Active
Colorado River - Laughlin: Stocked Rainbows Are Schooling Below Dam
Lake Mohave: Crankbaits and Plastics Working Well for Smallmouth
Lake Mead: Fishing Should Be Picking up Soon
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, February 14th
Angel Lake: Completely Frozen Over
Cave Lake: Around 5 inches of Safe Ice
Cold Creek Reservoir: Open to Shoreline Fishing
Comins Lake: South End of The Lake Has Some Safe Ice
Illipah Reservoir: Anglers Should Use Caution on The Ice
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Fishing Has Been Fair
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): Aerators Running to Prevent Winter Fish Kill
Ruby Lake NWR: Anglers Reporting 10-14 Inch Catches
South Fork Reservoir: More Than 50 % Open Water
Wild Horse Reservoir: Ice Ranging From 10-15 Inches Thick
Wilson Reservoir: Water Level is Rising
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