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Date 10-Oct-16
Water Condition
Water Temperature  

Conditions : Walker River: East Walker Flow is currently at 85 cfs. East Walker River fishing has been good early morning and late afternoon from the Elbow upstream to the state line, fish are inactive during the heat of the day. Fish are stressed due to temperature so take care in handling

Reported by: Sportsman's Wareshoue

Species Hatches: Patterns Lures & Spinners
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout

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Misc Info: - West Walker Regulations – All of the West Walker River has general fishing regulations, meaning fishing is permitted any hour of the day or night and the fishing season is open all year. The limit is 5 trout, 10 mountain whitefish, and 15 warmwater game fish of which not more than 5 may be black bass. Boating Regulations – There are no special boating regulations for the West Walker River.

West Walker Access – In Wellington on Highway 208, turn west on Hoye Canyon Road (at Wellington Mercantile) and travel approximately one mile to public access. To reach Wilson Canyon and the BLM Rest Area from Wellington, travel east on Highway 208. The Rest Area, which is at the western mouth of Wilson Canyon, is about 5.5 miles east of the town of Smith. Scattered parking is located along the highway within the canyon. Any type of vehicle can access these sites.

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