Las Vegas Urban Ponds Fish Report for 9-26-2018
Las Vegas Urban Ponds Fishing Report
Las Vegas Urban Ponds - Las Vegas, NV (Clark County)
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
The Nevada Department of Wildlife is scheduled to plant catfish this week at the urban ponds. There will be one more catfish plant before rainbow trout plants begin. Those will begin once water temperatures are cool enough to sustain the fish. Bluegill, bass and catfish are still active and being taken on a variety of baits and lures. Small hooks with mealworms or chunks of night crawlers are working the best for bluegill. Stink baits or night crawlers will catch catfish.
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