Trout Growing Increasingly Active
Kirch Wildlife Management Area - Preston, NV (Nye County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Reports from anglers have been good this week. One angler estimated that he caught and released as many as 60 small to medium-sized Largemouth Bass in just a few hours. He was fishing the upper end of Adams-McGill from a kayak. While daytime temperatures remain warm, overnight temperatures are beginning to drop. That has trout growing increasingly active, especially in the morning hours.
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