Pyramid Lake Fish Report for 3-11-2022
Pyramid seemingly slowed down a bit this week with the persistent bright days
Pyramid Lake - Sutcliffe, NV (Washoe County)
by Trout Creek Outfitters
Pyramid seemingly slowed down a bit this week with the persistent bright days, but regardless we have still been seeing some quality catches and in true Nevada fashion, every day is a gamble out here with the possibility of a jackpot fish. With a small shift in weather expected mid-week, anyone looking to fish out here should make it a point to focus on these days for your best odds. Soon we will begin to see a more consistent bite as the fish stay in shallow and school up during their pre-spawn behavior. This should start in a matter of a few weeks and will continue on through most of April.
We have seen the indicator bite really switch heavily to midges now, so be sure to have a good variety of sizes, colors and shapes of these bugs for the spring out here. The strip bite has also become very consistent most points in the day and using a slower sinking line (around 2-3 IPS) will be better when targeting fish suspended in the 6-8 foot range. They have been taking a variety of offerings for streamers, and having a good selection of different buggers, beetles and boobies will be a great place to start, but also consider larger streamers such as clouser minnows or double bunnys imitating the Tui Chub, to grab their attention when other flies fail.
Trout Creek Outfitters Reportsfor Friday, March 11th
Truckee River: The Truckee continues to fish well along most sections of the river
Little Truckee River: The road out to the Little Truckee continues to hold snow
Trout Creek Outfitters Reportsfor Friday, March 4th
Truckee River: A slight shift in weather patterns this week should make for some improved fishing conditions
Little Truckee River: Flows on The Little Truckee Remain Unstable
Pyramid Lake: The bite seems to be steady along the middle of the lake
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