Some Ice Still Present

Wall Canyon Reservoir - Gerlach, NV (Washoe County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Some ice is still present on the lake, but fishing has been great where you can find open water. Bass fishing has slowed but trout are eager to eat just about anything. Slow moving rooster tails and jigs near the bottom are producing good fish. Dough bait and worms are both effective all day. Fly fisherman slowly retrieving larger woolly bugger and leech patterns are doing well. 

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