Crappie & Bass Are The Most Active Right Now

Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Crappie and bass are still the most active fish right now. Crappie and bass are taking an assortment of spoons and jigs. Fly-anglers have been doing well using dragonfly nymphs and olive Woolly Buggers. Trout are biting around sunrise and where the stream feeds into the reservoir.  Aquatic vegetation can be a problem along some shorelines, limiting access throughout the summer. State Parks are still only open at 50 percent of capacity.

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