Davis Creek Pond Fishing Report

Davis Creek Park Pond - Washoe Valley, NV (Washoe County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
3-22-2022
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The hatchery trucks are out working hard which means that many of our community ponds in the western region have received one round of trout this season. As weather and water conditions allow for it, they’ll continue to get fish supplemented as needed.

Powerbait off the bottom is typically the best go-to fishing method at the western community ponds. When vegetation covering the bottom is an issue, try using salmon eggs on light lines under bobbers. Spin fishing can be excellent with small spinners in most of our larger ponds and lakes. The general rule of light-colored lures on bright days and dark-colored lures on dark days will help keep your lures visible. Fly fishing can be incredibly fun in the smaller community ponds. Dry fly fishing with small terrestrials insects can often entice fish to the surface all day.





More Reports

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Tuesday, March 22nd

James Kinney Pond: Powerbait off the bottom is typically the best go-to fishing method at the western community ponds
Baily Fishing Pond: Powerbait off the bottom is typically the best go-to fishing method at the western community ponds
Topaz Lake: Topaz has been stocked very well this season and is fishing great
Hinkson Slough: Hinkson Slough is fishing very well for recently stocked trout in addition to carryovers
Wall Canyon Reservoir: Good reports back from Wall Canyon this Spring
East Walker River (NV): Flows are prime now and should stay ideal until the summer heat sets in
Truckee River: The river is in excellent condition
Squaw Creek Reservoir: The inlet has fished well for trout using larger streamer flies and spinners
Sparks Marina Park Pond: Sparks Marinra Park Pond Fishing Report
Rye Patch Reservoir: Rye Patch Reservoir Fishing Report
Wilson Common Pond: Wilson Common Pond Fishing Report
Mitch Pond: Mitch Pond Fishing Report
Knott Creek Reservoir: Closed until June 11, 2022
Mountain View Park Pond: Mountain View Park Pond Fishing Report
Lake Tahoe: Good reports from the Lake for small macs
Marlette Lake: Closed to fishing until July 15, 2022
Onion Valley Reservoir: Closed to fishing until June 11, 2022
Chimney Dam Reservoir: Fishing should get better as we near the end of April
Hobart Reservoir: Hobert Reservoir is closed to fishing until May 1st 2022
Bilk Creek Reservoir: Fishing has been fair with limited ice this season
East Carson River (NV): Early spring flows on the Carson are at about 250 cfs and fishing has been good
Liberty Pond: Liberty Pond Fishing Report


3-18-2022
Does this work: It's a great weekend for fishing at the Sparks Marina! We just stocked it with 2520 "broodstock"...... Read More