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Rye Patch Reservoir

Basics
Location:
22 miles north of Lovelock
Size:
17 sq. mi.
Elevation:
4135 feet
Season:
Most park users prefer to visit during the warm months of late spring and summer.

Description

Rye Patch Reservoir, along the Humboldt River, covers 11,000 acres when full. Here, visitors enjoy fishing, boating, water skiing, camping, and picnicking. A campground, boat launch and picnic sites are provided. Rye Patch is located 22 miles north of Lovelock on Interstate 80.

Tour Companies

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Details

Location:
22 miles north of Lovelock
Size:
17 sq. mi.
Elevation:
4135
Season:
Most park users prefer to visit during the warm months of late spring and summer.
Water Access:
Entrance fee required. Current fees are posted at the park entrance.
Camping Info
Camping is first come/first basis. Camping is $10.00 per night per vehicle OR $14.00 with a boat. No hook-ups available.
Additional Details:
Fishing Information: You can fish from shore or boat to catch crappie, wipers, white bass, channel catfish, black bass, walleye and Sacramento Perch. Catfish also can be caught in the Humboldt River. Most anglers use worms or liver for catfish, minnows for bass and walleye, and jigs for crappie, perch and bass. (Be sure to bring your own bait since it often is not available in the area.) Fishing is usually best in spring and early summer, with fall being a good season for catfish. A Nevada fishing license is required

Amenities

Water Features
  • Boat Ramp
  • Toilets
  • Picnic Areas
  • Campground
  • RV Dumping Facilities
Water Activities
  • Boating
  • Fishing

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