Flows Will Play A Big Part on How Well The River Fishes Over The Next Month


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
3-26-2021
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Flows have been up much higher than the typical winter trickle this year. Although anchor ice has been an issue in some areas, anglers willing to search a little are finding some good productive water. Overall, fish seem to be holding low in the deeper pools but as insect life picks up and spring creeps in, there should be a few rising fish to cast at in the afternoons. Flows will play a big part in how well the EW will fish over the next month. Nice weather matched with prime flows can make for a really good time. The river has been and will continue to be stacked this season as flows allow for it.  





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