Urban Pond Fishing Report

Urban Ponds


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
9-10-2016
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Limit is three fish at our urban ponds. Most urban ponds have slowed down due to the warmer water temperatures. Early morning will generally be the best time for fishing. Marilyn’s Pond has received the most recent stocking and fishing is always good there. Best methods for urban ponds would be to use a sliding sinker setup with Powerbait off the bottom or nightcrawlers below a bobber. Fish are suspended from 7-12 feet. All urban ponds have a limit of 3 game fish.



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