Steady Heat Has Kept Water Levels Low and Made Fishing Difficult

Echo Canyon Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Steady heat has kept water levels low and made fishing difficult. Some areas are becoming more fishable as the weeds dissipate due to cooler nighttime temperatures. The best time to fish is at sunrise and sunset to beat the heat. Bass are active throughout the morning and hitting on plastics and creature baits. Trout are hitting on hoppers and worms. 

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