River Flows Are Prime For This Time of Year

Carson River - Carson City, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Flows on the Carson are about 125cfs and fishing has been good but crowded in the usual haunts. River flows are prime for this time of year. Spin fisherman using spinners and spoons for trout in deeper pools have caught some good fish recently. Fly fisherman moving small streamers through deeper water have caught some really healthy fish recently. Larger stonefly nymphs paired with small pheasant tails under the indicator have also been productive. Hopper fishing has been good for most of the summer. Bass fishing on the lower river between Carson and Dayton has been good and should remain that way until cool weather arrives.

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