Fly-Fishing Trails in Nevada
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Fly-Fishing Trails in Nevada

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Nevada has 12 fly-fishing trails. The most popular trails are Hobart Creek Reservoir, Walker River, East Fork, Illipah Reservoir, Comins Lake and & Cave Lake. Trails.com member Jeremy O. recently completed Truckee River, CA & NV.
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The Truckee, the largest of the three major rivers in the Reno area, provides year-round ...
Whether you’re after bass or trout, the Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area offers a ...
This is probably the best place in the Carson City area to take children or beginning ...
For still water fly fishers, the Denio Junction area of northern Nevada ranks just this ...
Easily accessible as it flows alongside the Highway, this section offers serious nymph ...
South Fork Reservoir deserves a spot on every fly angler’s “must fish” list of Nevada ...
Wild Horse Reservoir has long been a favorite of anglers who have learned to appreciate ...
How often do you have the opportunity to fish a water that gave its name to one of the ...
If you choose not to sample the excellent fly fishing at the Ruby marshes, the natural ...
What angler worth his or her salt has not heard of the ladder fishermen of Pyramid Lake ...
While the town of Ely, in eastern Nevada, is best known for its elk herd and incredibly ...
Crittenden possesses clear, relatively shallow water (only 30' deep or so, at the southeast ...
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