Fishing The Outflow Creek Can Be Productive

Angel Lake - Wells, NV (Elko County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The lake is ice free and fishing has been fair for carry over fish but should pick up as the surface water temperatures start to warm up. There is still some snow on the trails around the lake though it is disappearing quickly. The lake is full to capacity.  Fishing the outflowing creek can be productive for brook trout. Worms or PowerBait fished just off the bottom should work.  Flies to try include beetles, ants, black Adams, Griffith’s gnats, yellow or red humpies, yellow or red stimulators and small crystal buggers.  The lake was stocked with 3400 trout July 10 and about 2000 tiger trout this week. 

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