Approximately 10 Inches of Safe Ice

Cave Lake - Ely, NV (White Pine County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-12-2021
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Cave Lake is sitting approximately 15 feet below normal water levels and is fluctuating.  While there is approximately 10 inches of safe ice, anglers are encouraged to use caution and drill test holes.  If the ice is not in contact with the surface water of the lake, access on the ice is discouraged.  Fishing has been fair to good for trout.  The best method is a hook with worm or PowerBait three to four feet underneath a bobber or below the surface of the water.    



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