Trout Action is Getting Better

Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-6-2020
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Trout action is getting even better since the days have started cooling off. Cooler weather moving through is making it prime fishing any time of day. Trout will hit night crawlers and spinners. Bass will hit crankbaits later in the day. As aquatic vegetation thins out, fish will be more active toward the shoreline. The launch ramp is still closed to boats with trailers. Please check the State Parks website for more information.



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