As Spring Progresses Expect Bass Fishing to Heat Up


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-21-2020
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Fishing at Squaw Reservoir can be productive through the winter months especially on the northwest portion of the reservoir where warm springs keep water temperatures up.  As spring progresses expect Bass fishing to heat up.  May to mid-June is typically the best time of year for largemouth bass at the reservoir.  Fishing for rainbow trout in the deeper portions of the reservoir in the winter can also be productive.


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