Cold Creek Reservoir Fish Report for 10-7-2022
Surface water temperatures are in the low to mid 60’s and fishing has improved
Cold Creek Reservoir - Eureka, NV (White Pine County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Surface water temperatures are in the low to mid 60’s and fishing has improved for eight to 10 inch rainbow and tiger trout. The usual assortment of nymphs and chironomids as well as leech patterns are the best bet for fly rodders. Bait fisherman are having luck with worms or PowerBait and spin anglers are doing well with small spinners. Fishing for Largemouth Bass will be slow because the drawdowns over the last few winters but there are a few bass left in the reservoir. NDOW will continue to work to rebuilding the Largemouth Bass fishery with augmentations this fall. Anglers are asked to return bass to the reservoir to help with the bass population for the future.
The water level is low in the south marsh and the Narciss boat ramp is unusable, though the main boat...... Read More
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