We recently had a great trip with Billy, Clayton, Brent, and Patrick! One of their Hogs weighed in at just under 19 lbs.
The weather on the lake has been all over the place, but the good fishing has remained consistent . We will start to see some pre-spawn action with more fish in the shallows soon. Despite popular belief, the recent full moon did not seem to affect the fishing at all. It appears that storms and barometric pressure have more of an effect on the lake fishing than lunar cycles do. We are headed into prime indicator fishing….
We had several happy clients last week!
The cutthroat this season have been big so far! Lots of 10+ pound fish. We can’t wait to see what’s to come! January still has some open dates, last season we had a phenomenal month fishing and weather wise!
Despite high pressure, and a recent full moon the fishing has been good! John out of Temecula CA landed 6 cutthroat today out on Pyramid Lake Nevada, including this nice Pilot Peak!
February fishing on Pyramid Lake has been similar to December and January, with quality in size being at the forefront rather than numbers; although when a storm blows in we do see the numbers jump up. It’s been cold so bundle up!
The spawn is in full swing, and the numbers have been sporadic, but with storms come good numbers and also nice size fish.
In early March Brian landed this 20-pounder! We’ve had great clients throughout the month, stay tuned for more pics!
The warm and calm weather seems to have put a damper on the fishing on Pyramid Lake. Fish are still being landed but it is relatively slow, and anglers are really needing to put their time in to land fish. This lake takes patience. Typically it really turns on after Thanksgiving so let’s hope this year is the same. A nice windy storm rolled in today, and the temperatures dropped around midday so let’s hope that carries over to the water temps. We still like that magic hour, we landed three around dusk!
Guide Nick Jackson just landed this beautiful Lahontan Cuttie. It weighed in at right around 14 lbs. after subtracting the net. It’s cold out there, the wind is blowing, and the conditions are perfect for landing some big fish. Bundle up and get out there!