Evenings Remain Best For Fishing

Lahontan Reservoir - Silver Springs, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-3-2020
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White bass can be found along most of the sandy beaches throughout the day but the evenings remain best. Walleye and smallmouth bass have shown up near rocky shoreline and deep structure along the shore. Structure and ledges are key when looking for the larger fish. Spin fisherman are doing very well with small spoons, bright kastmasters, and spinners. Worms just off the bottom have been the bait of choice for the bass and catfish. Fly fisherman are finding success with sinking lines and small chartreuse or white clouser minnows.



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