Jakes Creek Reservoir is maintaining a good water level

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Jakes Creek Reservoir is maintaining a good water level and the weeds are only now starting to increase.  Fishing has been good for 9-to-15-inch trout and largemouth bass up to 14 inches.  Mid-summer temperatures will slow down trout angling, especially as the weeds continue to increase.  Bass fishing should remain fair to good throughout the summer, but could be hampered by vegetation, making angling from a boat, tube or kayak much more successful.  Some channel catfish, up to 20 inches, have also been reported.

More Reports

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Friday, August 11th, 2023

Angel Lake: The lake is full with most anglers fishing from the dam or in a few cleared beach areas
Wild Horse Reservoir: Wildhorse Reservoir Report
South Fork Reservoir: Best trout fishing is in the early mornings or evenings
Willow Creek Reservoir: Willow Creek Reservoir is over 90 percent full
Wilson Reservoir: Wilson Reservoir is completely full and spilling