Water Level is Low But Fishing is Fair

Cold Creek Reservoir - Eureka, NV (White Pine County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-6-2020
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The water level is low but fishing is fair to good for both trout and bass.  Best times seem to be early morning here as the trout can be seen taking insects off or just below the surface.  Worms, PowerBait, small spinners and flies should all work if the fish are cooperating. Small dark colored dry flies first thing in the morning are working.  Griffith’s gnats, black gnats, black Adams and ant patterns should be tried.  During full light, use subsurface presentations.  Approximately 2.000 nine inch trout were planted in Cold Creek Reservoir in mid-October.



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