Trout fishing has been good with fish averaging 16-18 inches

South Fork Reservoir - Elko, NV (Elko County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Trout fishing has been good with fish averaging 16″-18″. Shoreline anglers are doing well, and boating anglers are catching limits. Worms, PowerBait and spinners are enticing fish, as well as midge patterns, hares ears and a variety of nymphs for the fly anglers. With water temperatures are in the high 50’s bass fishing should be picking up. Both the main boat ramp and the Coyote Cove boat ramp are open. but the Jet Ski Beach ramp remains closed.   Limit is 5 trout, and all black bass must be released between March 1st to June 30th.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, May 10th
Adams-McGill Reservoir: Adams-McGill Reservoir Report
Haymeadow Reservoir: Haymeadow Reservoir Report
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Echo Canyon Events Gong On This Weekend
Sunset Park Pond: Sunset Park Report
Beatty Pond: NDOW surveyed the pond last week and found trout, bass, and bluegill
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Remains Closed du to recent flood activity
Dacey Reservoir: Dacey Reservoir Report
Lake Mead: Government Wash is a striper hotspot
Colorado River - Laughlin: Big Bend has been productive for anglers
Lake Mohave: With increasing water temperatures, black bass are becoming more active
Jarbidge River - West Fork: High Flows