Recent fish plants in Western Nevada | NevadaAppeal.com

Recent fish plants in Western Nevada

Don Quilici

Here are some recent fish plants by the Nevada Department of Wildlife in Western Nevada:

June 8: Desert Creek in Douglas County: 1,000 rainbow trout, 9.9 inches in length.

June 7: Paradise Pond in Reno: 501 rainbow trout, 9.5 inches.

June 7: Virginia Lake in downtown Reno: 501 rainbows, 9.5 inches.

June 7: Sparks Marina: 3,803 rainbows, 9.7 inches.

June 7: Topaz Lake: 2,147 Bowcutt trout, 8.1 inches.

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June 6: Wilson Common Pond in Washoe Valley: 627 rainbows, 9.9 inches.

June 6: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 110 rainbows, 12.0 inches.

June 6: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 489 rainbows, 9.9 inches.

June 6: Marilyn’s Pond in Washoe County: 695 rainbows, 12.0 inches.

June 5: Truckee River in Washoe County: 5,474 Cutthroat trout, 10.1 inches.

For information, call the Fisheries Bureau of the Nevada Department of Wildlife at 688-1500 during their regular business hours.

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