The cooler temperatures are starting to slow fishing at Rye Patch

Rye Patch Reservoir - Lovelock, NV (Pershing County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The cooler temperatures are starting to slow fishing at Rye Patch. This summer was one of the best for smallmouth bass at Rye Patch. Although it has slowed significantly, some smallmouth are still being reported in deeper water off points and around structure. Chartreuse and/or white flies and spinners continue to be the most productive colors. Low lake levels have made searching for fish one of the keys to success. Those willing to cover more water are finding more fish.

More Reports

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Friday, October 15th, 2021
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Blue Lakes: Fishing has been very good at Blue
Carson River: Some bass may be found still in the deeper pools
East Walker River (CA): Low flows are going to make fishing tough this winter
Hobart Reservoir: Closed for the season
Knott Creek Reservoir: Fishing has been fair at Knott
Lahontan Reservoir: Low water at Lahontan has made fishing good to fair
Lake Tahoe: This is a good time of year to find larger rainbows and browns near the surface
Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area: Closed for the season
Marlette Lake: Closed for the season
Onion Valley Reservoir: Excellent reports coming from Onion