Now is The Best Time of Year For Largemouth

Squaw Creek Reservoir - Gerlach, NV (Washoe County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-3-2020
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Fishing at Squaw Reservoir can be productive through the summer months near the dam for trout or at the inlet for bass.  Now is the best time of year for largemouth bass at the reservoir. Early and late in the day poppers can be effective along and in the shoreline tulles near the inlet. Spinnerbaits and floating rapalas can also work well along the shoreline for large bass. Fly fishing with sinking lines near the dam out of boats has been fair to good this spring and summer for trout. 



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