Water Levels Not Seen in Over a Decade!

Washoe Lake - Washoe City, NV (Washoe County)

Photo Credit: ┬ęChad Woods (May 23, 2017)
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by Nevada Department of Wildlife
5-11-2018
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Washoe Lake has benefitted from the historic winter of 2016-2017 and has reached levels not seen in over a decade. Stocking of several thousand channel catfish and white crappie has occurred in both Little Washoe Lake and Washoe Lake during the 2017 season. Some larger carp are starting to show up again and the fishing this June should be epic for them. 

 



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