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by Nevada Department of Wildlife
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, June 15th
Lake Mohave: The lake is producing channel catfish in and around the coves
Colorado River - Laughlin: Anglers are reporting success from the dam through Casino Row
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Bluegill and catfish are the go-to fish to catch in the ponds
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Windy and warm days are ahead
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Murky waters made fishing tough for some anglers recently
Echo Canyon Reservoir: The warmer temperatures are impacting shore fishing opportunities
• NDOW Southern Fishing Report
• U.S. House of Representatives Passes Recovering America’s Wildlife Act
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Friday, June 10th
Illipah Reservoir: Surface water temperatures have moved into the mid 60’s
South Fork Reservoir: South Fork Reservoir Fishing Report
Cold Creek Reservoir: The lake has filled nicely and stocking resumed this spring
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): The lake is full, surface water temperatures have climbed into the mid 60’s
Ruby Lake NWR: Expect fair bass fishing to begin with until the water gets a bit warmer
Angel Lake: Anglers continue to report good fishing
Lamoille Creek: Lamoille Creek was down significantly from last week flowing at 332 cfs
Kingston Creek: As of June 10, Kingston Creek was flowing at 3.0 cfs.
Cleve Creek: As of June 10, Cleve Creek was flowing at 4.3 cfs.
Steptoe Creek: As of June 10, Steptoe Creek was flowing at 2.4 cfs
Cave Lake: Cave Lake is lowered to minimum and unfishable
Bruneau River: As of June 10, the Bruneau River was flowing at 127 cfs
Humboldt River: Flows on the South Fork of the Humboldt are up
• NDOW Eastern Fishing Report