Fishing Activity Has Been Steady

Kirch Wildlife Management Area - Preston, NV (Nye County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
7-22-2020
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Haymeadow, Cold Springs, and Adams-McGill are getting a little weedy. Fishing activity has been steady despite the need to fish through or over vegetation along the shorelines. Some anglers are catching large crappies at Haymeadow using crappie jigs. Shoreline fishing is still a good option despite hot temperatures and aquatic vegetation. Trout in the deeper areas are biting on Rooster Tails and damsel fly patterns.



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