More Bluegill and Bass With Warming Temperatures

Las Vegas Urban Ponds - Las Vegas, NV (Clark County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
3-20-2019
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The Nevada Department of Wildlife planted rainbow trout at Floyd Lamb Park and Cold Creek the week of March 12. Fishing is slow at Lorenzi, Sunset, and Veteran’s Memorial Parks. Night crawlers and mealworms are the bait of choice for anglers pursuing trout in our urban ponds. As water temperatures continue to warm, anglers should see less trout activity and more from species like bluegill and bass.



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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, March 20th

Lake Mead: Crappie and Black Bass are Biting
Lake Mohave: Rainbows and Stiped Bass Catches at Willow Beach
Colorado River - Laughlin: The Striper Bite is Picking Up
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Spring Fishing Has Been Good For Trout
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Reservoir is Ice Free
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Limited Shoreline Access

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Monday, March 18th

Wilson Reservoir: Open Water and Unsafe Ice
Wild Horse Reservoir: 24 Inches of Ice, Slush and Snow
South Fork Reservoir: Almost Completely Ice Free
Ruby Lake NWR: Wet Flies Preforming Better Then The Dries
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): Open But Extremely Muddy
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Some Safe Ice for the Weekend
Illipah Reservoir: Fishing Has Been Fair
Comins Lake: Quality Trout Catches 16 to 20 Inch Range
Cold Creek Reservoir: Mostly Ice Free
Cave Lake: 9 to 13 Inch Trout Being Caught
Angel Lake: Road is Now Closed Till Late Spring/ Early Summer
: Eastern Nevada NDOW Report 3-18-2019