Ruby Lake NWR Fish Report for 4-10-2021
Fish Bite Good At Ruby Lake
Ruby Lake NWR - Elko, NV (Elko County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Fishing has been fair to good depending upon the day and location, with high water levels and turbid water. The fish that are being caught are with leech patterns, balanced leeches, crystal buggers, #14-16 hare’s ears, and #16-18 PT nymphs. Other flies working include the usual small nymphs, olive soft hackles, red or blue copper Johns, and prince nymphs. On warmer afternoons if you see insects hatching, switch to midge emergers, blue wing olive emergers or dries. Small brightly colored spinners were doing fair for spin fishermen. Anglers may now fish the water behind and downstream of the hatchery. Harrison Pass is now open to two wheel drive vehicles.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Saturday, April 10th
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Cave Lake: Low water muddy shores
Cave Lake: Low And Some Ice
Comins Lake: Trout Bite good, Bass slow.
Illipah Reservoir: Lots of Open Water
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Fair to Good At Jakes
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): Ice Free
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Lake Mohave: Good Rainbow fishing
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Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Catfish and Bluegill action.
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: NDOW southern Fishing Report
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