Las Vegas Urban Ponds Fishing Report

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


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
7-8-2020
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Bluegill and green sunfish have been the most active this past week at city ponds. They are taking mealworms, night crawlers, and occasionally, small lures or flies.  Catfish are eating night crawlers, hotdogs, or chicken gizzards -- the smellier the better. Anglers have had success catching bass at Floyd Lamb using dropshots and spinnerbaits. Be sure to put unwanted fishing line is the recycle bins or trash receptacles but not on the ground.



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