Continues to Fish Well

Comins Lake - Ely, NV (White Pine County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
7-17-2020
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Comins Lake continues to fish well for trout with surface water temperatures in the low 70’s though shore anglers will see a slow down as the trout move into deeper water.  Bass fishing is fa picking up.  Anglers are catching trout averaging16 to 20 inches on a variety of tackle.  Panther Martins, spoons, PowerBait, salmon eggs, and night crawlers should all do well for the majority of bait fisherman.  Fly fisherman should use wooly buggers, leech patterns, and nymphs patterns (midges, beaded pheasant tails…etc.).  Comins was stocked this spring with approximately 10,000 rainbow trout averaging just over 8-inches.  



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