Nevada Fishing License
Although Nevada is widely known as the driest state, it is home to over 200 lakes and reservoirs and 600 streams and rivers, which provide nearly 400,000 surface acres of sport fishing opportunity.
Nevada's fish species vary as widely as our geography. Species include mountain whitefish, redband trout, bull trout, Yellowstone cutthroat, Bonneville cutthroat and the Lahontan cutthroat. Lake Mead and Lake Mohave are best known for their warm-water striped bass and black bass fisheries, and other waters around our state offer great fishing for panfish, catfish, black bass and other sportfish species.