Carson River - East Fork (NV) Fish Report for 5-11-2018
Carson River East Fork Report
Carson River - East Fork (NV) - Minden, NV (Douglas County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Snow runoff has raised the flow of the East Fork of the Carson. Fishing over the weekend was slow. Low water temperatures combined with high flows make for tough conditions. There were reports of a few rainbows caught in the 2 to 4 lb. range. Most were caught on lures with a few on salmon eggs. With warmer temperatures the fishing will be good and the bite should turn on.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, May 11th
Bilk Creek Reservoir: Bluegill Fishing Good!
Chimney Dam Reservoir: Fishing Fair to Slow for Walleye!
Walker River - East Fork (NV): Fishing Good From Rosachi to Sportsmen's Beach!
Hobart Reservoir: Fishing will Likely be Great this Season!
Lahontan Reservoir: Really Starting to Fish Well!
Lake Tahoe: Catching Mackinaw 3-5 pound Range!
Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area: Hinkson Slough Report.
Rye Patch Reservoir: Fishing has been Slow.
Spooner Lake: Fly Fisherman in Boats have been doing Well!
Squaw Creek Reservoir: Catching Channel Catfish!
Topaz Lake: Trout Fishing has Remained Good!
Truckee River: Runoff in Full Swing!
Wall Canyon Reservoir: Fishing Exceptional for Large Browns!
Washoe Lake: Water Levels Not Seen in Over a Decade!
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Thursday, May 10th
Angel Lake: Road Still Closed!
Cave Lake: 8000 Trout Stocked in April!
Cold Creek Reservoir: Cold Creek is Ice Free!
Comins Lake: Catching Rainbows over 16 inches!
Illipah Reservoir: 95% of Capacity!
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Fishing has been Good!
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): Water Level is Low!
Ruby Lake NWR: Fishing Good at the Collection Ditch!
South Fork Reservoir: Fly Rodders Doing Better!
Wild Horse Reservoir: Fishing Continues to be Good!
Willow Creek Reservoir: Lake Has Completely Drained!
Wilson Reservoir: The Lake is Spilling!
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