Anglers have been having great success for rainbows this past week at Eagle Valley Reservoir

Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-10-2013
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Anglers have been having great success for rainbows this past week with those using green or orange powerbait hauling in fish in the 11-13 inch range. Those using small spinners and flies have also done well. The bass action has slowed down quite a bit due to the cooling water temps, but fly fishers and casters throwing white with chartreuse or white with orange spinning lures still bring in fish. The campground remains open with all facilities on-line.


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