White River

White Pine - Nevada

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

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  1. Chris with his 26” Rainbow from Tuesday . Another 40 trout day with many over 20”. Viva la San Juan 😎

    Rainbow Trout

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    2. Bryan Harper 0
      Great Trout and numbers!πŸŽ£πŸ†
    3. Robert Coleman 0
      Congrats Chris! Sounds like a blast Capt! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
    4. Rich Pardy 0
      Man what a day!!
    5. Josh Sommerville 0
      Awesome catch
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  2. Details: Smallmouth Bass

    I miss catching largemouths in Austin but these beautiful Arkansas smallies are helping with that.

  3. Details: Smallmouth Bass

    First ever smallmouth bass in the Ozark Mountains was awesome. Water was pretty clear and I was casting into a deep pool next to a huge boulder.

    1. Matt Dobson 0
    2. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Love those river bugs!
    3. Bluegilled pike 0
      nice fish!!!!πŸ‘πŸ‘
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  4. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout

    One of the few fish I caught on my first time ever fly fishing. Had tons of food hits on hoppers but couldn't hook up. Getting better though

  5. Just bought this. My first fly rod. I have no idea what I'm doing haha

    1. King_Fisher 0
      Welcome to the addiction!😝
    2. Tanner Swett 0
      Tbh. I'm not for sure. Bought it at the cabelas discontinued store in Springfield @jurssica
    3. jurssica 0
      What combo is that?
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  6. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a Crank baits

    A monster I caught

  7. Details: Brown Trout with a Caught on salmon eggs and waxworms.

    SUPER cold water and air temps. Didn't bother these guys!

  8. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a Bright green power bait and silver spoons

    Today was a pretty slow day of trout fishing, but still managed to catch a couple of better sized ones

    1. Celtron Ca 0
      A couple nice fatties!
  9. Details: Brown Trout with a Flies, spinners, spoons, live bait

    January freshwater trout can be hard to catch but it can be done. Accuracy in winter is crucial. In small rivers and streams that hold trout, look for places where ...more current hits rock and creates small rapids. The best spots are going to be small rapids with 3'-5' of water on the downstream side of the rocks. The trout hold close to the bottom in gaps in the current created by the rocks⬇️⬇️

    1. King_Fisher 0
      Very helpful thanks!
    2. michael michael 0
    3. JustinGoodman 0
      Loving the info. Great page
    4. Skouting_Reports 0
      1/8oz Kastmaster spoons(gold and silver), and nightcrawlers. Do not get discouraged if you don't immediately get a bite, keep making casts. Remember to stay ...more warm and good luck! -Skouting_Report Team
    5. Skouting_Reports 0
      baitholder hook with a splitshot above it and just drift it in the current. Some good lures for winter are 1/8-1/16oz Roostertails(white or olive with silver blades),
    6. Skouting_Reports 0
      local insect hatches in case the trout are rising. If fishing with spinning gear, make casts in front of the rocks and steadily reel in your lure. You can also use ...more nightcrawlers or Powerbait on a
    7. Skouting_Reports 0
      #10-#16 Hare's Ear Nymphs, #12-#16 Copper John Nymphs, #6-#8 White, Black, or Olive Wooly Buggers. All of these flies need beadheads to make them sink faster. ...more Before you go out, check your
    8. Skouting_Reports 0
      your fly drift downstream. Leave 15'- 20' of fly line out to let your fly drift in the current. Some effective flies in wintertime are: #16-#20 Zebra Midges, ...more #10-#16 Pheasant Tail Nymphs,
    9. Skouting_Reports 0
      They sit and wait for anything edible to drift past them. Most of the time, the trout will not move more than 8" to take a lure or fly. If fly fishing, make ...more casts in front of the rocks and let
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  10. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a Power bait

    1. Kyle_Engelbert 0
      I'm heading up to the white river in a few weeks. What type of flies do you advise for trout.
    2. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      oh its 7 here @levi9471
    3. levi9471 0
      Five for one person @TennesseeTroutboy
    4. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      what's the limit in AR
    5. Tyrone Smith 0
      Wow all on powerbait. Great day
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