Fall Fishing in Nevada

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The fall season has some of the best fishing of the year in Nevada! If you haven't already, buy your fishing license at ndowlicensing.com, so you can get out there and enjoy it!

In this week's Nevada Wild, NDOW's Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller are joined by NDOW's Angler Educators Jan Nemec, Joe Doucette, and Abbey Czarnecki to talk about what makes fall a prime time of year for fishing, the best places to go, and fish stocking updates around the state. They also highlight a great learning opportunity for both, avid anglers and people interested in learning to fish, NDOW's first Virtual Fish Camp, happening next week, Monday, Oct. 26 through Thursday, Oct. 29.

Learn more about Fish Camp, and get registered here, and click here to view fishing reports.

Nevada Wild runs on 99.1 FM Talk in northern Nevada at 10 a.m. every Sunday morning. 99.1 FM Talk also streams Nevada Wild live online.  

More Reports

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, October 21st, 2020
: NDOW Southern
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Recently Stocked With Rainbow Trout
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Trout Have Been Hitting Well This Past Week
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Action For Rainbow Trout Continues to Be Good
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Bluegill Action Has Been Best in The Afternoon
Colorado River - Laughlin: Anglers Catching Limits of Rainbow Following Recent Plants
Lake Mohave: Water Levels Remain Low
Lake Mead: Black Bass Action is Picking Up

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