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National Wildlife Refuge

Milepost 32, Hwy 93
Alamo, NV   89001
Phone Number: 775-725-3417
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  Recreation and Education Opportunities

The North Marsh, Upper Lake, Middle Pond, and Lower Lake are open to fishing year round in accordance with State and Federal regulations. Largemouth bass, black bullheads, and carp are the most common fishes found in refuge waters. Bass are most numerous in the North Marsh and Upper Lake; black bullheads in the Upper Lake. Carp are found in most waters.

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Hunting of waterfowl, dove, rabbit, and quail is permitted within the public hunting area in accordance with State and Federal regulations.

Wildlife Observation
The diversity of the area, ranging from desert to cultivated fields, marsh and open water, provides habitat for a variety of birds, which are the most abundant wildlife on the refuge.

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For current hours, please call the refuge manager at 775-725-3417.

Entrance Fees
No entrance fee is required.

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