Las Vegas Urban Ponds Fish Report for 2-27-2019
Las Vegas Urban Ponds Fishing Report
Las Vegas Urban Ponds - Las Vegas, NV (Clark County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Winter weather and poor road conditions caused the NDOW to postpone trout plants originally scheduled for last week. The agency plans to stock Rainbow Trout in each of the four Las Vegas area fishing ponds sometime this week. Action has been slow, and anglers have found murky water conditions due to unsettled weather. Scented baits, such as cheese and garlic baits should be productive in most of the waters.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, February 27th
Lake Mead: Good Fishing for Striped Bass
Lake Mohave: Success for Smallmouth Bass
Colorado River - Laughlin: Anglers are Limiting Out on Stocked Rainbow Trout
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Use Extreme Caution.
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Good Ice Fishing Over the Weekend.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, February 20th
Lake Mead: Live Shad are the Key to Catching Striped Bass
Lake Mohave: Good for Stripers Above Davis Dam
Colorado River - Laughlin: Best Fishing Near Casino Row to Just Above Big Bend
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Stocked Rainbow Trout Remain Active
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Anglers are Catching Fish Between 12–15 inches
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Fresh Coat of Ice
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