As of February 19, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 5.4 cfs

Lamoille Creek - Elko, NV (Elko County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-18-2022
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Not much change here as many streams are still mostly covered in ice due to overnight temperatures in the teens. Flows are similar to last week and shorelines are snow and ice covered and very slippery. Access is iffy to many of these waters due to springlike muddy conditions, so leave a trip plan and go prepared to spend the night. With colder water temperatures expect stream fishing to be slow. Fish the deeper pools and slower water (if open) where the fish hang out this time of year to conserve energy. The road into Lamoille Canyon is open for about three miles, but then gets snowpacked. As of February 19, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 5.4 cfs.





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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Friday, February 18th

Wild Horse Reservoir: Fishing For Trout Continues to Be Good
Comins Lake: No change here
Illipah Reservoir: The road into the lake has been plowed and in good shape