Upper ends of Reservoirs Will be Closed Due to Waterfowl Nesting

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

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The shoreline is open and acceptable at all reservoirs. Anglers will find thin ice along the edges on most mornings, but it will melt off quickly after the sunrise. Rainbow trout are in the 15- to 20-inch range. Be prepared for weather changes and use caution in the area. Upper ends of reservoirs will be closed due to waterfowl nesting.

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