Prosser Creek Reservoir Report

Prosser Reservoir - Truckee, CA (Nevada County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-17-2020
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The water level at Prosser Creek Reservoir is low. There is no longer any boat access here. Shore anglers are fishing okay for cutthroat off the dam. Prosser Creek Reservoir is currently at 33% capacity.



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