Hot temperatures and have slowed trout action


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
6-22-2022
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Hot temperatures and have slowed trout action, though persistent anglers can still catch bass and crappies. The warmwater species will bite throughout the day while trout will look for cooler hangouts. Brown Woolly Buggers will fool bass, trout, and crappie





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