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Recent fish plants in Western Nevada

Don Quilici

June 2: Galena Creek in Washoe County: 282 rainbows, 8.9 inches.

June 2: Thomas Creek in Washoe County: 1,571 rainbows, 8.9 inches.

June 2: Whites Creek in Washoe County: 141 rainbows, 8.9 inches.

June 3: Rye Patch Reservoir in Pershing County: 2,004 rainbows, 8.6 inches.

June 4: Marilyn’s Pond in Washoe County: 504 rainbows, 10.1 inches.

June 4: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 504 rainbows, 10.1 inches.

June 4: Wilson Common Pond in Washoe Valley: 504 rainbows, 10.1 inches.

June 5: Truckee River in Washoe County: 5,590 cutthroat trout, 8.3 inches.

June 6: East Walker River in Lyon County: 3,053 rainbows, 8.8 inches.

June 11: Marilyn’s Pond in Washoe County: 600 rainbows, 10.4 inches.

June 11: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 600 rainbows, 10.4 inches.

June 11: Wilson Common Pond in Washoe Valley: 600 rainbows, 10.4 inches.

June 11: Topaz Canal at Topaz Lake: 2,010 rainbows, 9.3 inches.

June 12: Sparks Marina in Sparks: 6,540 rainbows, 9.1 inches.

June 12: West Walker River in Lyon County: 2,289 rainbows, 9.1 inches.

June 13: Spooner Lake at Spooner Summit: 6,426 rainbows, 8.7 inches.

June 18: Truckee River in Washoe County: 6,734 cutthroat trout, 8.8 inches.

June 19: East Carson River in Douglas County: 1,502 rainbows, 9.3 inches.

June 20: Carson River in Lyon County: 3,632 rainbows, 8.2 inches.

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