Anglers Having Success With Nymphs & Spinners

Kirch Wildlife Management Area - Preston, NV (Nye County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
12-2-2020
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Thin ice is starting to form along the edges of area reservoirs.  Bass and crappie action have slowed, so the focus is on rainbow trout. Anglers are finding success with nymphs or spinners.



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