Pyramid Lake has several easily accessible beaches to fish.
Choosing the right beach is usually determined by the weather conditions mainly by the wind direction. It is usually best to have the wind blowing into the beach you are fishing, many times this will help bring the fish into the shoreline, especially the BIG fish!
The Paiute Tribe has an excellent map available at the Ranger Station that illustrates the location and access of these beaches. This is our map. *Click on picture to enlarge.
Look for these signs for beach access
Some Beaches will have these nice Restrooms
Here is a list of some beaches:
North Nets – Near Sutcliffe / shallow shoreline – Restrooms
South Nets – Near Sutcliffe /shallow shoreline – Restrooms
Warrior Point – North /shallow & deep bay – Restrooms
Monument Rock – North / shallow shoreline
Nine Mile – North /shallow shoreline
The Willows – North /shallow shoreline
The Tamaraks – South / shallow shoreline
Indian Head – South / deep shoreline
The Washout Beach – South
Blockhouse – South /deep shoreline – Restrooms
Rawhide – South / deep shoreline
Sand Hole – South / very deep shoreline
Cattle Guard – South / deep shoreline
Popcorn – South / shallow shoreline
Howard Bay – East / shallow & deep shoreline
Dago Bay – East / shallow & deep shoreline
Shot Dog – North / shallow & deep shoreline
Windless Bay – North / shallow shoreline
Spider Point – North / shallow & deep shoreline
Pelican Point & Rocks – North / shallow & deep shoreline – Restrooms & Boat Launch
Pelican Beach is the main boat launch, it is located just north of Sutcliffe.
Book a trip now for a great day on the water at world famous Pyramid Lake Nevada!