Indian Creek Reservoir / Highway 89

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Indian Creek Reservoir / Highway 89

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Elevation: 5,600

Road condition:   Paved     

Region: Highway 89 north of Markleeville         

Description: Indian Creek Recreation Reservoir is a popular destination for Nevada residents, especially on weekends.  In addition to the campground, the developed BLM recreation site offers an environmental study area and numerous hiking trails to Curtz Lake, to the East Fork Carson River and to the Carson River.

Lake size: 160 acres     Depth:      Species: Stocked rainbows

Closest town or supplies: Markleeville


Facilities: Lodge, marina, grocery store, bait and tackle, coin-laundry, coin-showers, RV campground

Nearest campground:


Fishing season: General season


Favorite lures or bait: Trolling is by far the most popular fishing method.  The reservoir is not known for good fishing throughout the season.

Favorite fly patterns:

Stocking information: 15,000 fingerling rainbows yearly

Additional information:

Nearby fishing: Carson River

Directions:  : From Highway 395, turn left on Highway 89 and drive _____miles to Markleeville.  Continue another four miles to Airport Road and drive another four miles to Indian Creek Reservoir.  Veer left and continue to the campground on the west side of the lake.


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This page contains a single entry by David Archer published on March 30, 2008 12:59 PM.

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