Reservoir Waters Are Slowly Rising

Echo Canyon Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-1-2021
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The reservoir waters are slowly rising. Fishing has been improving in the wake of spring trout plants. Rainbow trout will take spinners and night crawlers. Water at the campgrounds has not yet been turned on, but that is expected to change sometime in the coming week. 



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