Fishing Should Start to Pick up in April

Rye Patch Reservoir - Lovelock, NV (Pershing County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Fishing for walleye, crappie, channel catfish, white bass, smallmouth bass and wipers usually picks up when water temperatures get into the mid 50s, which is usually in April.  Water temperature was 44 on 3/9/2021.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Friday, March 26th

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Blue Lakes: Opens For The Season on June 12th
Carson River: Conditions Should Remain Good Through Spring
Chimney Dam Reservoir: Fishing Should Be Getting Better Towards The End of April
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Lahontan Reservoir: Fishing is Just Starting to Pick Up
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Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area: Hinkson Slough is Fishing Very Well
Onion Valley Reservoir: Fishing is Expected to be Excellent This Season

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, March 24th

Lake Mead: Pre-spawning black bass are starting to show up
Lake Mohave: Anglers Having The Most Success With Soft Plastics
Colorado River - Laughlin: Black Bass Action Continues To Improve
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Angler Activity Has Been Limited
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Eagle Valley Reservoir Report
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Shorelines Are Open But Muddy
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report