Fish Report for 9-29-2022
Youth Chukar and Quail Hunting Opportunity
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Tell your friends and family the youth chukar and youth California and Gamble's quail hunts begin this weekend! Chukar and quail hunting are a great way to introduce your kids to hunting and spend time outdoors with family and friends. The youth hunt starts October 1, and has been extended this year to October 9.
The general chukar season and all quail seasons open statewide on October 15. For more information on youth small game seasons, view our Small Game Hunting Seasons and Regulations here.
Additionally, NDOW releases the annual Chukar Forecast to help you prepare for your hunts! This report is intended to provide upland game hunters with general information on chukar productivity in various areas, thereby offering suggestions of more promising mountain ranges to hunt. Click the button below to download the Chukar Forecast.
Thank you for supporting Nevada's wildlife and have fun out there!
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Saturday, September 17th
Humboldt River: Flows on the South Fork of the Humboldt are very low
Angel Lake: Fair to good fishing for both rainbow and tiger trout
Cold Creek Reservoir: No recent report but expect trout fishing to pick up
Lamoille Creek: As of September 9, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 4.29 cfs
Wild Horse Reservoir: Water levels are below 50 percent
Comins Lake: Trout fishing should start picking up
Cleve Creek: As of September 16, Cleve Creek was flowing at a low 3.54
Illipah Reservoir: The lake level is still low due to irrigation but is slowly recovering
South Fork Reservoir: Surface water temperatures have dropped into the high 60’s
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): The water level is low and weedy
Ruby Lake NWR: Dry flies have been working well
Wilson Reservoir: Poppers can be effective during low light, still water conditions
Kingston Creek: As of September 16, Kingston Creek was flowing at 2.65 cfs
Steptoe Creek: As of September 16, Steptoe Creek was flowing at a very low 1.74 cfs
Cave Lake: Cave Lake is closed to fishing
Bruneau River: As of September 16, the Bruneau River was flowing at a low 5.13 cfs
Owyhee River - East Fork: East Fork of the Owyhee below the dam was flowing at 2.39 cfs
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