Lake Tahoe- Sand Harbor Report

Lake Tahoe


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-4-2022
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Shore anglers are using smaller spinners for planted trout and larger spoons diving plugs for larger rainbows and browns. Fishing has been productive all day but will likely shift to early and late with the overall warming.



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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, August 4th

Sparks Marina Park Pond: We are in full summer mode
Baily Fishing Pond: Green sunfish and Bluegill can be caught all day long
Marilyn's Pond: There’s still fish to be caught
Davis Creek Park Pond: Davis Creek Pond Fishing Report
Marlette Lake: Marlette has been steady this season
James Kinney Pond: We are in full summer mode
Knott Creek Reservoir: Knott Creek has been slow to rebound from the last few years

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, August 3rd

Hobart Reservoir: Fishing has been good at Hobart and busy with the heat in the Valley
Onion Valley Reservoir: Trout are averaging 12-14” with a few holdovers pushing 16”