...What you need to know before fishing Pyramid Lake
Elizabeth Preston/Dun Magazine
Imagine it being January at one of the most desolate lakes in America—Pyramid Lake. You’re standing on your ladder in the water, bundled up in what never seems like enough layers, and donning ever-so-flattering neoprene waders. Just as you wonder why you brave the stinging cold and miserable wind, you feel it and set. It feels like a car engine is on your hook, and your line screeches as the fish takes you into your backing almost before you can blink. The fish porpoises through the water’s surface and shows you its massive back. This 15-pound Lahontan Cutthroat reminds you why you’re out here.
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