Vegetation is Building Along Shoreline

Kirch Wildlife Management Area - Preston, NV (Nye County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Nevada Department of Wildlife

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-13-2019
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Aquatic vegetation is building along the shoreline making it tough to cast from shore. Trout are taking spinners and Woolly Buggers. Bass are taking dark colored plastics and emergers. Anglers have had the best action fishing from boats or float tubes.



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