Fish Report for 6-3-2022
Boating Season is Here!
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Boating season is here! We encourage you to prepare before you head out on the water, so you can be sure to have a safe and fun boating experience with your friends and family.
In this week's Nevada Wild, Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller sit down with NDOW's Statewide Boating Education Coordinator Aaron Meier to talk about the steps to take to prepare your boat and stay safe while boating or paddling, and they highlight some of the great waters to explore in Nevada!
Find boating education courses on ndow.org here.
Now is also a good time to make sure your boat registration is up-to-date. Register your vessels today at ndowlicensing.com.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, May 27th
Hobart Reservoir: Hobert Reservoir is fishing very well
Wilson Reservoir: Fishing for trout continues to be good for fly fishermen
Wild Horse Reservoir: Wildhorse Reservoir Fishing Report
South Fork Reservoir: Wind continues to play a part in fishing conditions
Ruby Lake NWR: Very small dry flies have also been effective on warmer afternoon
Owyhee River - East Fork: East Fork of the Owyhee near Mountain City gauging station was flowing at a very fishable
Kingston Creek: Stream flows are showing mixed results
Lamoille Creek: As of May 27, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 228 cfs
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): The lake is full, surface water temperatures have climbed into the high 50’s
Illipah Reservoir: Surface water temperatures into the mid to high 50 degrees and fishing has been fair to good.
Humboldt River: As of May 27, the South Fork of the Humboldt was flowing at 200 cfs
Cleve Creek: As of May 27, Cleve Creek was flowing at 5.3 cfs
Cave Lake: Cave Lake is lowered to minimum and unfishable
Angel Lake: Shorelines still have a fair amount of snow
Comins Lake: Pike anglers have had some success
Bruneau River: As of May 27, the Bruneau River was flowing at 133 cfs
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