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Fish plants in Western Nevada

Don Quilici
Nevada Appeal Outdoors Editor

Oct. 6: Topaz Lake in Douglas County (closed until Jan. 1): 6,511 rainbows, 8.7 inches.

Oct. 7: West Walker River in Lyon County: 1,001 Bowcutt trout, 10.3 inches.

Oct. 8: Topaz Lake (closed until Jan 1): 7,832 rainbows, 8.2 inches.

Oct. 9: Liberty Pond in Churchill County: 1,001 rainbows, 10.5 inches.

Oct. 13: Truckee River in Washoe County: 1,930 rainbows, 11.4 inches.

Oct. 14: Sparks Marina in Sparks: 4,255 rainbows, 10.3 inches.

Oct. 14: Topaz Lake (closed until Jan. 1): 8,880 rainbows, 8.3 inches.

Oct. 15: Paradise Pond in Reno: 1,000 rainbows, 10.7 inches.

Oct. 20: Wall Canyon Reservoir in Northern Washoe County: 1,295 rainbows, 11.7 inches.

Oct. 21: Topaz Lake (closed until Jan. 1): 5,200 rainbows, 8.3 inches.

Oct. 22: Wilson Common Pond in Washoe Valley near Bowers Mansion: 1,003 rainbows, 10.3 inches.

Oct. 22: Marilyn’s Pond in Washoe County: 497 rainbows, 10.3 inches.

Oct. 23: Virginia Lake in Reno: 1,009 Bowcutt trout, 10.6 inches.