Pyramid Lake Fish Report for 4-25-2022
Striper and bass have been biting more frequently throughout the lake
Pyramid Lake - Sutcliffe, NV (Washoe County)
by Pyramid Lake Staff
Striper and bass have been biting more frequently throughout the lake on various baits both from the shoreline and from boats. Soft plastics like smaller paddle tail baits on lead heads have been working well for stripers along with kastmasters and jerk baits. Sardines, anchovies, and lugworms have also been working well to come across the stripers throughout the day down deep, anywhere up to 60 feet deep. Bass have been biting senkos, roboworms and flukes along with shallow, suspending jerk baits and shallow diving crank baits.
Catfish have also been biting well down deep along the coves found around the lake and along sandy banks on various cut baits like cut mackerel, chicken liver and sardines as well. Nightcrawlers have been a great bait this tie of year catching bass, trout, stripers and catfish around the lake.
Water temp: 60 degrees
Fishing for trout and bass have been really well over the past week throughout the lake on various baits. Nightcrawlers have been working very well drop shot style or using some power bait with a longer leader to come across trout down in the coves. The bass have also been biting various soft plastic creature baits and worms along with paddle tail presentations and jerk baits along the banks. Stripers have been making their way towards the surface more in the earlier...... Read More
Trout and bass have been biting fairly well along the shoreline over the past week on various baits such as mice tails, power baits and night crawlers throughout the day along the rip rap in front of the bait shop and the canal by the entrance booth. Bass have been biting drop shot style setups with night crawlers and roboworms and senkos hooked up either Texas or wacky rigged on rocky points and steeper banks. Stripers have been easting fresh sardines and...... Read More
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