Fishing Has Been Slow

Rye Patch Reservoir - Lovelock, NV (Pershing County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-21-2020
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Fishing has been slow.  Fishing will just continue to improve with good water conditions and spring temperatures. Spin Fisherman are finding that Rapala minnow imitations are working well. Fly Fisherman are picking up an occasional walleye, bass, or carp on chartreuse woolly buggers or clouser minnows.



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