Fish Report for 6-4-2021
Len Warren to Receive Wayne E. Kirch Conservation Award
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Reno, NV – Passion for Nevada’s wildlife and a commitment to conservation will be honored during the November Wildlife Commission meeting in Reno when Len Warren of The Nature Conservancy will receive the Commission’s Wayne E. Kirch Conservation Award.
Warren has been a “force for nature,” as his colleagues describe him. He has led the charge to conserve bird habitat in both northern and southern Nevada, hosting bird walks along the Truckee River and leading restoration efforts at the headwaters of the Amargosa River system.
He has dedicated countless hours to both in-field habitat restoration and to educating both young people and adults on the importance of Nevada’s wildlife. Len’s dedication to wildlife and passion for sharing his knowledge makes him an outstanding recipient of this award.
The Commission’s Kirch Award judging panel chooses a winner from a pool of nominations sent in from around the state. The judging panel is made up of two wildlife commissioners; Marlene Kirch, daughter of former Commissioner Wayne E. Kirch; the Department of Wildlife staff assigned to the Kirch Award Committee; and four County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife members or members of outdoor groups.
The Wayne E. Kirch Conservation Award is given annually by the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners to recipients who have demonstrated significant results towards conservation, management, or enhancement of wildlife. It is named in memory of Wayne E. Kirch, who served on the Fish and Game Commission for more than 25 years—the longest tenure on the board since its 1877 inception. Kirch passed away in 1989, but his legacy is honored through this annual award.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021
Angel Lake: Road is Open and Lake is Ice Free
Comins Lake: Fishing Conditions Have Been Good This Spring
South Fork Reservoir: Trout and Bass Fishing Continues to Be Fair
Wild Horse Reservoir: Expect Water LEvels to Steadily Drop This Year
Wilson Reservoir: Fishing For Trout Has Been Good
: NDOW Eastern Fishing Report
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report
Lake Mead: Triple Digit Temps Have Arrived
Lake Mohave: Black Bass Are Keeping Boaters Busy
Colorado River - Willow Beach: Anglers Bringing in Limits of Rainbow Trout
Colorado River - Laughlin: Rainbow Trout Are Hanging Tight in Pools South of Big Bend
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Las Vegas Urban Ponds Report
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Haymeadow and Cold Springs Reservoirs Have Been Good for Crappie
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Trout Action Has Been Best at Sunrise and Sunset
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Fishing is Good Through the Morning
: Nevada's Free Fishing Day is SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2021
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