Panfish Providing Good Opportunity For Anglers

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

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Nevada Department of Wildlife

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-13-2019
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Cooling temps will make fishing more comfortable over the next week. NDOW plans call for a resumption of monthly catfish plants during the last week in August. The ponds at Sunset, Lorenzi, Floyd Lamb and Veteran’s Memorial parks are on the schedule. So too is Hafen Park in Mesquite. In the meantime, panfish continue to provide good opportunities for anglers at most ponds. Lorenzi Park is an excellent location for people with small children. The fish are easy to see in the clear water and ready to hit most baits. Mealworms work very well for the green sunfish and bluegills.



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