Las vegas Urban Ponds Fishing Report

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

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Trout action should pick up and continue to improve through April as the water and daytime temperatures rise. Think small when it comes to tackle selection and the size of your bait when fishing for trout. If practicing catch-and-release, it’s best to avoid treble hooks altogether. Single barbless hooks are best. The last trout plant of the season for most of the urban fishing ponds is scheduled for this week. NDOW plans to begin its seasonal catfish plants in mid-April. Please place unwanted fishing line in a trash barrel or one of the fishing line recycling bins located in the parks.


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