The fishing at Pyramid Lake has been nothing short of fantastic
by Reno Fly Shop
The fishing at Pyramid Lake has been nothing short of fantastic since the season opener on October 1st. Anglers have been having success catching Lahontan Cutthroat Trout after locating schools of Tui Chub minnows. These bait balls congregate near points and other structure around the lake. Some of the most exciting fishing takes place at this time as you can cast a streamer into a school of Tui Chub being actively ambushed by large cutthroat trout. Streamers are the best option at this time since the fish are chasing schools of Tui Chub at a rapid pace. One of the more popular and effective techniques this year has been a vertical presentation using a heavily weighted fly or jig on a heavy sinking line. Baitfish patterns like the Reno Fly Shop Super Jig weigh 1/4 ounce and get down quickly. This new fly is available exclusively at the Reno Fly Shop and is available in 3 color combinations. With a change in weather expected this weekend, we anticipate water temperatures to drop and wind speed increase. Lahontan Cutthroat have been located throughout the water column at a depth ranging from 0-50 feet as they follow Tui Chub schools. Many people have found success by using a fish finder to identify depth and locate trout and bait balls.
Deeper castable sonar units are now available at the Reno Fly Shop in-store and online. Shore fishing has been slow but still possible in the early and late part of the day. Following the weather pattern change, it is possible trout to begin moving shallower and closer to shore.
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