Eagle Valley Reservoir is a 65-acre fishing destination that is popular with the Nevada locals. With a maximum depth of 43 feet, its waters support a wide variety of fish species, including rainbow trout, tiger trout (a brown/brook trout hybrid), and brown trout. This is a put-and-take fishery, with the best fishing occurring during the spring/early summer, and again in the fall. Eagle Valley Reservoir also offers good ice fishing in the winter. Those visiting in the summer can expect temperatures between 45 and 85°F, while the winter months often bring sub-zero weather. Most people who fish here can easily catch up to five fish per day. The tiger trout here grow to about 11 inches and the rainbow trout average 10 inches. The reservoir has several amenities, including a boat ramp, a fish-cleaning station and two state-run campgrounds.
Eagle Valley Reservoir Fish:
Eagle Valley Reservoir boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Eagle Valley Reservoir.