As of May 27, the South Fork of the Humboldt was flowing at 200 cfs
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Stream flows are showing mixed results with some up and some down compared to last week in northeastern Nevada but are still well below normal. Those basins with more snow will see increases in flows next week with the warmer weather but as you head south, they may drop off due to lack of snowpack. In White Pine County, most streams have changed little and shouldn’t change much as there is little snowpack left to melt. As of May 27, the South Fork of the Humboldt was flowing at 200 cfs which is well below the median of 500 cfs for this time of year. While it is a bit high for fishing, anglers can still fish it in spots and expect fair fishing above the reservoir with the best fishing being below the dam.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, May 27th
Hobart Reservoir: Hobert Reservoir is fishing very well
Wilson Reservoir: Fishing for trout continues to be good for fly fishermen
Wild Horse Reservoir: Wildhorse Reservoir Fishing Report
South Fork Reservoir: Wind continues to play a part in fishing conditions
Ruby Lake NWR: Very small dry flies have also been effective on warmer afternoon
Owyhee River - East Fork: East Fork of the Owyhee near Mountain City gauging station was flowing at a very fishable
Kingston Creek: Stream flows are showing mixed results
Lamoille Creek: As of May 27, Lamoille Creek was flowing at 228 cfs
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): The lake is full, surface water temperatures have climbed into the high 50’s
Illipah Reservoir: Surface water temperatures into the mid to high 50 degrees and fishing has been fair to good.
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