Trout are averaging 16 to 18 inches

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Trout are averaging 16″- 18″. Worms, PowerBait and spinners are enticing fish, as well as a variety of woolly buggers, balanced leeches, and nymphs for the fly anglers. Limit is 5 trout. Bass fishing remains good. Crankbaits and soft plastics are working well for black bass, and anglers are reporting wiper hitting topwater lures in 8 to 10 feet of water. As of July 1st, anglers may keep one black bass measuring 15 inches or longer. Algae lingering near the shorelines should be clearing up with cooler temperatures and recent precipitation.

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