Pyramid Lake Fish Report

Pyramid Lake - Sutcliffe, NV (Washoe County)

by Nor Cal Fish Reports

Biggest fish this week was a 22.15 pound cutthroat caught with a fly at the nets. A half-dozen 10-pound plus cutts have been caught since Sunday from a variety of spots. No single hot spot. Crosby's Lodge (775) 476-0400 GUIDES: George Molino 775-476-0555 Cutthroat charters; Joe Mendes Eagle Eye Charters - 775-574-0900. QUARRY LAKES: Trout bite is slow some days and better others. Good days outnumber the poor days, though. Best way to go is to use Power Bait, Power Eggs or Power Worms from the Peninsula or Fishermen's Row. Trollers score with Rainbow Runners Big fish of the week was a 13 pound trout caught by Shane Wilson of Hayward using a Live Target lure from a boat. (510) 544-3133

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Clear and cold every morning. Just barely freezing over night, and then warming to the mid 50,s by 1:00 pm...that’s warm.   Clarity...... Read More