Fish Report for 12-17-2021
Ice Fishing Tips and Gift Ideas
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
The cold weather and recent snow in northern Nevada means it's almost time for great ice fishing!
In this week's Nevada Wild, Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller talk to Conservation Educator Joe Doucette about when waters will be safe for ice fishing, and which waters to head to when the time is right. They also go over ice fishing equipment and gear that could make great gifts for the angler in your life, and safety information to keep in mind when heading out on the ice.
Nevada Wild runs on 99.1 FM Talk in northern Nevada at 6 a.m. every Sunday morning. 99.1 FM Talk also streams Nevada Wild live online.
Buy your fishing license today at ndowlicensing.com, and check our fishing reports to help you decide where to go for your next ice fishing trip.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, December 17th, 2021
Lake Mead: Catfish action has been good after sunset
Lake Mohave: When the water is calm, diving lures are producing striper catches
Colorado River - Laughlin: Stocked rainbow trout are keeping anglers busy
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Stocked rainbows are providing anglers with good fishing
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Fishing activity is slow, primarily due to thin ice covering many parts of the reservoirs
Eagle Valley Reservoir: The reservoir is covered with thin ice and snow, but depths are unknown
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Fishing activity is slow due to thin ice forming on most of the reservoir
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report
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