Crappie Bite is Picking


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-28-2021
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The crappie bite is picking up. The fish are taking small jigs. Bass and trout are taking almost everything thrown at them. Rainbow trout will take olive Woolly Buggers, earthworms, and PowerBait. Water levels are steady with shore fishing limited by vegetation in a few spots.





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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Friday, April 23rd

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