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    Re: Pyramid jigging

    There are a couple of neat hot springs near the pinnacles north of the lake. Back in the day, early 70s, the wife and I would go up there to be by ourselves and enjoy the waters. These are now off limits to all but the tribe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappieJed View Post
    thanks...a geyser? Wow like Wyoming, is it active all the time?
    Yes......Jetspray
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    Quote Originally Posted by OYD View Post
    Look at the small map in this article and you will see where the Needle rocks are on the lake. The Needle rocks are also called the Pinnacles.
    http://www.americansouthwest.net/nevada/pyramid-lake/
    The following attachment is to a video of kayakers up at the Needles (Pinnacles).
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwCE-Dq4rMk
    thanks...a geyser? Wow like Wyoming, is it active all the time?

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    Those two anglers deserve kudos for the way they handled their fish. Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappieJed View Post
    Needles is what they call the rock formations ?
    Look at the small map in this article and you will see where the Needle rocks are on the lake. The Needle rocks are also called the Pinnacles.
    http://www.americansouthwest.net/nevada/pyramid-lake/
    The following attachment is to a video of kayakers up at the Needles (Pinnacles).
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwCE-Dq4rMk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetspray View Post
    I can't wait to see how high the water gets, many of the features will be submerged and some that were useable from the shore no longer have access........Jetspray
    The walk to the waterline at Pelican just keeps getting shorter. Wouldn't it be sweet to sit on a rock at the pads (not that pointed one) and cast for cuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Compassion View Post
    Looks like the movie was taken a Hell's Kitchen and yes it's that nuts. Their fish are kind of small.

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    I wonder how many were dead floaters too.......Jetspray
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    Quote Originally Posted by OYD View Post
    The videos are from 2012 so there was still plenty of water up there.
    I can't wait to see how high the water gets, many of the features will be submerged and some that were useable from the shore no longer have access........Jetspray
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappieJed View Post
    Needles is what they call the rock formations ?
    North end of the lake, you can see them on a clear day. Get a good map........Jetspray
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrappieJed View Post
    What permits will I need for my boat and can I get a nev fishing license near the lake. Just trying get my thoughts together for the fest.
    You only need permits for tribal waters, boating, fishing, camping are all separate permits. If you get the yearly permit for fishing it is around $78 bucks, add another $78 for a second rod. Yearly boating added in for a total of $248. The camping can be purchased for a 3 day pass too. Just make sure you follow the rules they do check things at the dock........Jetspray



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    Last edited by Jetspray; 07-14-2017 at 04:23 AM.
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