Nevada Fishing Reports

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Recent Activity in Nevada

Shared catches, fishing spots and reports

  1. Channel Catfish with a Gulp earthworms

  2. Details: Bed

    Time to let go

  3. Details: 13 in. Striped Bass with a silver surfer spinner

  4. Taken during NDOW fish survey, too good not to share!

    Hybrid Striped Bass

    1. Nick Crawford 0
      What area were you fishing bob?
    2. Trel Baker 0
      Damn, I didn't know they could get that big ...
    3. Robert Coleman 0
    4. Kenneth Olivo 0
    5. Roger Parker 0
      Mmmmm... I don't even know what to say,, speechless!!!
    6. John c 0
      record ?
    7. keith f 0
      holy shnikeys!
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  5. The normal spot was taken, as was the second choice, so I went further down to a spot that rarely produces action. Tried with a Rapala for a while to no avail, ...more switched to straight night crawlers and let the current drag them along the bottom. An hour later, I've got myself four rainbows. Complaints? Who me? Never.

    Rainbow Trout with a night crawler

    1. Norman Gibbs 0
      I haven't caught one in a long time either, but I'm sure they are still around. I was fishing in the summer then. It's the only time I caught them. ...more I don't fish Topaz in the summer anymore since then. One carp was 12lb, the other was over 20lb!!
      I was fishing on the west side at the popular drive down spot. Using red worms. To my knowledge they've never 'killed' off the lake, so I bet they're still there.
    2. Skip Benedict 0
      I didn't know there was carp in Topaz. That's no good at all. Haven't caught one yet, thankfully.
    3. Norman Gibbs 0
    4. Norman Gibbs 0
      I wonder why California Fish and Game kinda 'gave up' on Topaz? They used to do a lot of planting, I remember when they tried some HUGE brown trout plants ...more back in the 60's and 70's.. Then they placed the little tag boxes at various places. When those went away, we heard nothing. I think CDFW plants Topaz once per year. Thanks to NDOW for keeping at it. No trout will reproduce successfully as long as they have those big CARP in the lake, I've seen them eat the minnows by the bucketful..
    5. Skip Benedict 0
      Upon further inspection, Topaz lake is the most heavily stocked lake in the western region of Nevada. 16,298 rainbow trout so far this year. They put 2007 browns ...more in the canal back in June of 2017.
    6. Skip Benedict 0
      Yes, I believe they stock browns in the canal... or did last year. I'll have to look it up.
    7. Norman Gibbs 0
      Have fished Topaz for years, but not much in the Canal till my brother moved up there... Usually good fishing if you are kinda stealthy. I think that NDOW even ...more plants the canal...??
    8. Nice Bows!!
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  6. Smallmouth Bass with a spinnerbait

  7. Coastal Cutthroat Trout with a spoon

    1. Noah Shapiro 0
      Worlds largest cutty's in there
  8. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Nice clear cool evening in east Tennessee. Came down to my creek behind my house to fish after work. Caught this little creek bass and a red eye also. Fishing has ...more been slow at this creek lately, caught alot more fish in the summer time down here, still trying to catch a big one, seen them so I know their in here !

  9. 12 oz. 12 in. Rainbow Trout with a superduper

Popular Waterways

The most active fishing spots in Nevada

  • White River

    A section of the White River in White Pine County, Nevada.


  • Beaver Creek

    A section of the Beaver Creek in Elko County, Nevada.


  • Sunset Park Pond

    The entire shoreline is accessible for angling, although parts of the southwest shoreline may be clo...


  • Lorenzi Park Pond (Twin Lakes)

    Lorenzi Park Pond is approximately 3 acres, with a maximum depth of about 10 feet. The entire shorel...


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