Pyramid saw an off week of fishing with warm days and little to no wind

Pyramid Lake - Sutcliffe, NV (Washoe County)

by Trout Creek Outfitters
(530) 563-5119

Pyramid saw an off week of fishing with warm days and little to no wind. In another few weeks as the fish get closer to their annual spawn, we should see the weather become less of a factor on the fishing but as of now the stormy, overcast days continue to be your best bet. With that said, this small storm expected on Sunday and Monday will almost certainly improve the bite and if you’re looking to get out here, these will be the days to make it happen. We’ve seen the indicator bite switch mostly to bugs at this point and having a good array of sizes, shapes, and colors of midges will be increasingly important as we come into spring. We do also catch them on other bugs such as Maholo Nymphs, Copper Johns dragonflies and even worms and eggs as we get further into spring, so don’t be afraid to mix it up if nothing seems to be working. The streamer bite seems to still be best during low light hours, as the trout are more willing to chase bigger offerings when the sun is off the water. This too will change as we get further into spring and site casting to fish using small, natural streamers can be a really fun way to fish for those seemingly tight-lipped fish cruising in the shallows. Most beaches have been fishing ok, and while it’s impossible to deny that the middle of the lake seems to be fishing the most consistently, big fish can still be found anywhere in this lake, and we encourage you to spread out and try some of the quieter beaches for a more enjoyable day as beaches like pelican and the nets have been shoulder to shoulder.

If you would like to go fishing with us please check out our website Trout Creek or call (530) 563-5119.

More Reports

Trout Creek Outfitters Reports
for Friday, March 25th, 2022

Truckee River: With the flows on the river in an upward trend, conditions are changing on a daily basis
Little Truckee River: We have yet to see the typical springtime bump in flows out of Stampede