Quality Trout Catches 16 to 20 Inch Range

Comins Lake - Ely, NV (White Pine County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

With recent warmer weather Comins Lake as begun to open up in areas which has affected access to fishable ice.  On the extreme southern end of the reason there is 50 to 70 yards of open water.  This is area is not easily accessible but for those who have cabin fever, there is likely some decent fishing to be had.  Recent angler contacts have shown that 16 to 20 inches rainbow trout are being caught at Comins Lake on a variety tackle including; flies, spinners, and worms. Anglers should use caution while navigating the ice and use safety equipment while fishing.  After this weekend, the ice may not be safe.

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