Road may Be Closed Due To Weather

Angel Lake - Wells, NV (Elko County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-6-2020
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Depending upon weather conditions, the road may soon be closed to the lake if it receives enough precipitation, but as of the writing of this report it was open. Cold nighttime temperatures will soon cause ice to form here and fishing will be done.   Currently, the usual worms under a bobber or  PowerBait fished off the bottom with a slip sinker are working as are small spinners and rooster tails. Give the spinners and rooster tails a few seconds to sink before starting to reel them in.  If using a bobber, put your bait about 18-inches to two feet below the bobber.  Wet flies are the way to go right now.  Wet flies to try, include flashback PT nymphs, small black or olive wooly or crystal buggers, olive or peacock soft hackles, red/silver zebra midges, hares ears and small leech patterns.  Angel Lake has been stocked with approximately 3,300 catchable sized trout this fall. 



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