Trout and Bass are Hitting Well on a Variety of Lures
Eagle Valley Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
With overnight temperatures cooling significantly, the aquatic vegetation along the shorelines should start to back off soon. Trout and bass are hitting well on a variety of lures, flies and PowerBait in rainbow, orange or green colorations. The fish are also taking night crawlers.
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