Anglers are having success for smallmouth bass and stripers in the Government Wash

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-16-2022
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Silver and green jerkbaits are tempting stripers around Kingman Wash and near drop-offs north of Boulder Beach. Anglers are having success for smallmouth bass and stripers in the Government Wash area using anchovies fished off the bottom and 6-inch swimbaits. Largemouth bass are still hard to find and will be until water temperatures begin to rise in the coming weeks.





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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Saturday, February 12th

Comins Lake: The ice at Comins is ranging between 10 and 15 inches
Illipah Reservoir: The road into the lake has been plowed and in good shape
Angel Lake: The road to Angel Lake is closed for the winter and the lake is ice covered
Wild Horse Reservoir: Trout have been averaging 15 to 20 inches
Lamoille Creek: As of February 11, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 4.7 cfs
Cold Creek Reservoir: NDOW will begin rebuilding the fishery in spring or summer of 2022
Wilson Reservoir: No recent report but expect similar conditions as at South Fork
Kingston Creek: As of February 11, Kingston Creek was flowing at 2.7 cfs
Cleve Creek: As of February 11, Cleve Creek was flowing at 4.9 cfs
South Fork Reservoir: Anglers are warned to stay off the ice at South Fork
Steptoe Creek: As of January 28, Steptoe Creek was flowing at 1.9 cfs
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Jakes Creek has approximately eight to 10 inches of ice
Cave Lake: The water levels continue to drop at Cave Lake
Ruby Lake NWR: Someone punched through the drift at the top of Harrison Pass, but it is still iffy to go over the pass
Owyhee River - East Fork: As of February 11, The East Fork of the Owyhee River near Mountain City was showing ice
Humboldt River: As of February 11, South Fork of the Humboldt was flowing between 10 and 15 cfs
Bruneau River: The Bruneau River is showing ice but expect flows around 20 to 25 cfs
: NDOW Eastern Fishing Report