Humbolt River Fishing Report

Humboldt River - NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Stocking – Fish in the Humboldt River are self-sustaining and stocking is not necessary. Regulations – Limit is 25 game fish of which not more than 5 may be trout, 5 may be walleye, 5 may be black bass and 2 may be white bass or white bass hybrids over 15 inches total length. White bass or wipers under 15 inches total length may be included in the 25 game fish limit. For the Humboldt River from Stahl Diversion Dam (near Golconda) to the downstream border of Humboldt County, live baitfish and aquatic bait from the Humboldt River Basin may be used. Commercially prepared and preserved baitfish or their parts may be used as bait.

More Reports

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, August 4th, 2022

Sparks Marina Park Pond: We are in full summer mode
Baily Fishing Pond: Green sunfish and Bluegill can be caught all day long
Marilyn's Pond: There’s still fish to be caught
Davis Creek Park Pond: Davis Creek Pond Fishing Report
Marlette Lake: Marlette has been steady this season
James Kinney Pond: We are in full summer mode
Knott Creek Reservoir: Knott Creek has been slow to rebound from the last few years
Lake Tahoe: Lake Tahoe- Sand Harbor Report
Liberty Pond: Liberty Pond Fishing Report
Mitch Pond: Mitch Pond Fishing Report
Mountain View Park Pond: Mountain View Park Pond Fishing Report
Paradise Park Ponds: Paradise Park Ponds Fishing Report
Blue Lakes: Not many reports back from Blue this season
Chimney Dam Reservoir: Chimney Dam Reservoir Fishing Report

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022

Hobart Reservoir: Fishing has been good at Hobart and busy with the heat in the Valley
Onion Valley Reservoir: Trout are averaging 12-14” with a few holdovers pushing 16”