Catfish Are Becoming More Active

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


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-19-2020
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The Nevada Department of Wildlife recently stocked trout in the ponds at Sunset, Lorenzi, and Veterans Memorial parks. Trout are taking PowerBait, small spinning lures and spoons. Silver varieties of lures are working the best. With temperatures beginning to warm up, catfish are becoming more active and have hit worms and stink baits.



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