Angler Activity Has Been Limited

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

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Angler activity has been limited, but those making the trip have been rewarded with some great fishing days. Over the weekend, one lucky angler reeled in a 4-pound rainbow that measured 23.5 inches. His lure choice remains a secret. Anglers willing to brave chilly morning temperatures will find good trout action. The fish are hungry and will take a variety worms, PowerBait, Woolly Buggers, Rooster Tails, and ‘Lil Jakes. Use caution while visiting the area and be prepared for weather changes.

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