Carson City (city) County (NV) Fishing Reports, Fishing Times, Licenses, and Campgrounds

Fish Species in Carson City (city) County Area

Brown Trout,  

Carson City (city) County Area Fishing by Water Type

Lakes: 2   Rivers/Streams: 6   Reservoirs: 1   Others: 3   All: 12

Carson City (city) County (NV) Fishing Spots

Ambrosetti Pond 8.6 miles
Blackwells Pond 1.5 miles
Bliss Creek 9.3 miles
Clear Creek 5 miles
Davis Creek 10 miles
Dry Lake 2.9 miles
Franktown Creek 8.1 miles
Glenbrook Bay 10.7 miles
Glenbrook Creek 10.7 miles
Gold Creek 10.8 miles
Hidden Beach 9.5 miles
Hobart Creek 5.6 miles
Incline Beach 10.9 miles
Incline Creek 10.9 miles
Lewers Creek 6.4 miles
Lower Price Lake 10.6 miles
Marlette Creek 8.9 miles
Marlette Lake 7.5 miles
McEwen Creek 4.3 miles
Mexican Dam 4.4 miles
Mill Creek 10.3 miles
Ophir Creek 9 miles
Rock Lake 10.3 miles
Sand Harbor 9.2 miles
Skunk Harbor 9.8 miles
South Beach 4.8 miles
Spooner Lake 8.7 miles
The Tanks 4.4 miles
Third Creek 11 miles
Tunnel Creek 9.6 miles
Twin Lakes 8.1 miles
Upper Price Lake 10.7 miles
Washoe Lake 7.4 miles
Winters Creek 10.4 miles
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Carson City (city) County (NV) Fishing Licenses

For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Nevada Fish & Wildlife. Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the Fishing Spot is open to the public, and respect all signs indicating private property or restricting access.

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