Angler Activity Has Been Limited

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


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
3-24-2021
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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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