Action on Adams-McGill Continues to be Steady For Bass

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

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

On Dacey, trout have been taking a variety of spinners and spoons, as well as PowerBait and night crawlers. Action on Adams-McGill continues to be steady for bass despite seasonal weed growth. Bass are hitting plastics and Woolly Buggers. With dove season underway, visitors can hunt in the early morning and again in the afternoon while fishing in between.

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