Urban Pond Fishing Report

Urban Ponds


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-28-2017
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Urban ponds have begun to be stocked and will continue to receive fish as long as conditions permit in 2017. Best methods for urban ponds would be to use a sliding sinker setup with Powerbait off the bottom, or nightcrawlers below a bobber. Spinners and Kastmasters are a great option too. Fish are suspended from 7-12 feet. All urban ponds have a limit of 3 game fish.



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