As of August 19, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 9.5 cfs

Lamoille Creek - Elko, NV (Elko County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The recent rains in eastern Nevada have provided a surge in stream flows and Lamoille Creek has been fishable for the past week and got another surge Thursday night with the rainstorm that moved through. Expect flows to diminish over the next week with a drier pattern moving in. Care should be taken when driving up the canyon as there has been some mud and rock flows over the road. Lamoille Creek is up and is flowing at three fourths of the long term median and is fishable. Hoppers, elk hair caddis, yellow stimulators, royal Wulff’s, parachute Adams and humpies are all worth a try. As of August 19, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 9.5 cfs.

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