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Fly Fishing in Nevada

An Oasis in the Desert

An Oasis in the Desert

While it may be the nation's driest state, Nevada has a wonderful fishery across the state. The high-elevation desert can keep water cool enough for trout, while numerous spring creeks have been dammed up to make small reservoirs that grow MASSIVE trout.

There are hundreds of places to fish in Nevada, most of which you have never heard of. From tiny streams to high-mountain lakes to the mighty Colorado river, the Truckee and more, Nevada has some very unique fisheries.

Flies by Species - Nevada

Truckee River

Fly fishing on the Truckee River is an angler’s delight, offering a diverse and abundant fishery set against the stunning backdrop of the Sierra Nevada.

The river, which flows for 121 miles from the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe through the rugged landscapes of California and Nevada, is home to a rich population of brown and rainbow trout, including the native Lahontan Cutthroat trout. Anglers can expect a challenging yet rewarding experience as they navigate the river’s varying sections, each with its own unique characteristics.

From the clear, fast-moving waters near the source at Lake Tahoe to the deeper, slower stretches downstream, the Truckee River provides a perfect setting for all fly fishing techniques.

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