Pyramid Lake Fishing Report

Pyramid Lake - Sutcliffe, NV (Washoe County)

by Pyramid Lake Staff

Striper boils have slowed down over the past week but have still been seen along the canal and in the Yellowbar area during the early morning hours. Anglers have been somewhat successful trolling the lake using heavy Kastmasters, umbrella rigs and deeper diving jerk baits. Lugworms, mackerel and anchovies have been working well form the shoreline to catch both stripers and catfish along the canal and off the rip rap in front of the boat shop. Largemouth and smallmouth bass have been biting down deeper on finesse style baits like drop shots, senkos, and flukes to manage the grass. Early morning hours have been producing top water bites along the grass lines of the lake for bass occasional boils around Chumash Island, Spanish Point, and Serrano areas. Catfish have still been biting throughout the day throughout the coves of the lake.

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Anglers have been catching stripers in the canal over the past week during the occasional boil within the first few hours of the morning and towards the evenings. Boils have been seen throughout the marina and around Chumash Island but have varied from day to day. Top water baits have been working well in the boils along with some swimbaits and spoon style baits. Bass have been biting along the grass lines on various soft plastic baits like flukes, senkos...... Read More

Striper boils are still being spotted throughout the day all around the lake, best times being first thing in the morning and the last couple hours in the canal up front have been most productive. Other anglers have been trolling around the lake using umbrella rigs, heavy kastmasters, and leadheads to come across stripers during the heat of the day. Spooning down deep has also been a great method to catch stripers throughout the day. Bass have been biting along...... Read More