Hoppers are starting to appear

Humboldt River - NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Flows on the South Fork of the Humboldt have dropped as the snow pack recedes. As of July 8, the South Fork of the Humboldt was flowing between 10 and 28 cfs which is well below the median of 170 cfs for this time of year. Anglers can expect slow fishing above the reservoir with the best fishing being below the dam. Below the dam red copper Johns and wine or black/wine leech patterns have been catching fish. With the warmer weather, Mayflies are starting to hatch and anglers can start using emergers and dries. Hoppers are starting to appear so hopper patterns and chubby chernobyls should catch fish.

Las Vegas, NV — The Nevada Department of Wildlife is now accepting reservation applications for opening day and the first...... Read More