Fishing Has Been Fair With The Ice Melting

Bilk Creek Reservoir - Denio, NV (Humboldt County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
3-26-2021
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Fishing has been fair as we lose the ice for the season. Trout fishing has been best in the afternoon and  evenings with slow moving lures and worms off the bottom. Largemouth Bass and Bluegill fishing will pick up when the water temperature warms with spring.



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