Kirch Wildlife Managment Area Report
Kirch Wildlife Management Area - Preston, NV (Nye County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Water levels remain low with shoreline aquatic vegetation making fishing from shore difficult. Several anglers did very well over the weekend from the dam at Haymeadow bringing in several trout measuring 13–15 inches using powerbait or spinning lures. Overnight temperatures have been dropping below freezing which should help the vegetation problems over the next few weeks.
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