Fishing Can Be Productive in The Winter

Squaw Creek Reservoir - Gerlach, NV (Washoe County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
12-16-2020
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Fishing at Squaw Reservoir can be productive through the winter months especially on the northwest portion of the reservoir where warm springs keep water temperatures up.  Fishing for rainbow and brown trout in the deeper portions of the reservoir in the winter can also be productive in areas free of ice.


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