(AP) -- The Nevada state Department of Wildlife wants anglers to catch as many fish as they can at two reservoirs before water levels and fish survival plummet.
The agency is lifting limits on the number of fish a person can catch at Wildhorse and Willow Creek reservoirs in Elko County.
Biologists say that as water levels fall, oxygen levels could become low enough to cause massive fish die-offs.
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