Bite Has Been Sluggish Due to High Temps

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

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

As we reach a solid 100 degrees for the next week, remember the fish will be looking for cooler water. Fishing is best in the morning when the parks opens or towards sunset where available. The Nevada Department of Wildlife has planted catchable bluegill in the ponds. Though anglers are seeing fish in the water, the bite has been sluggish. Probably due to the high temperatures. Parks are open to fishing but limiting visitors.

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