Thin Ice is Forming Along The Shoreline

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


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
12-9-2020
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Bass and crappie fishing has slowed with the focus being on rainbow trout. Anglers are starting out with nymphs or spinners when hitting the water, most with good success. Thin ice is forming along the shoreline, but at times it is enough to block launch ramps.



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