Water Temps Have Dropped & Trout Fishing is Good

Comins Lake - Ely, NV (White Pine County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-6-2020
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Comins Lake has water temperatures dropping into the 40’s and trout fishing is good with bass fishing slow. Fly fisherman should use wooly buggers, leech patterns, and nymphs patterns (midges, beaded pheasant tails…etc.) fished under an indicator. If you catch a pike, please check to see if it has a radio transmitter tag near the tail.  If it does, please return the fish to the water so that NDOW biologists can track its movements.  If it doesn’t have the transmitter tag, please humanely dispatch the fish.  Don’t put it back in the lake.  Comins Lake was stocked with approximately 4,700 nine-inch trout in late October.



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