The Trout Bite has Been Improving
Echo Canyon Reservoir - Pioche, NV (Lincoln County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
The bass and crappie action has showed signs of slowing down this past week, but jigs and small spinning lures are still producing some bites in the mornings. The trout bite has been improving as overnight temperatures continue to cool. The fish are taking spinners, spoons and flies, along with PowerBait in rainbow sparkle or the usual green or orange colorations.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, September 12th
Lake Mead: Better Success Jigging in Deeper Water
Lake Mohave: Striped Bass are Being Caught Near Willow Beach
Colorado River - Laughlin: Catfish are Biting in the Marshy Areas
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Fishing has Been Good for Bluegill, Bass, and Catfish
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: The Action is Good for Both Bass and Trout
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Trout and Bass are Hitting Well on a Variety of Lures
Colorado River - Laughlin: National Public Lands Day is Sept. 22
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Tuesday, September 11th
Bilk Creek Reservoir: Cool Nights are Helping to Improve the Trout Fishing
Carson River: Fishing has Been Good this Season and it will Pick-Up
Chimney Dam Reservoir: Chimney Dam Reservoir Report
Walker River - East Fork (NV): Fishing Continues to be Excellent on the East Walker.
Hobart Reservoir: Fishing Will Likely Continue to be Great!