Small Fish Are Providing Most of The Action

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

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Small fish are providing most of the action at the urban  ponds. Bluegill and green sunfish are taking meal worms and small flies with red colors about 10 feet from shore. Catfish are hit or miss. Those who are catching fish are doing so in the evening hours where the parks are open. Bass are hitting soft plastics fished on drop shot rig. The limit at urban ponds is 3 fish, and they must be caught with a rod and reel. Anglers are asked to dispose of unwanted fishing line and tackle in the yellow recycle bins or trash receptacles.

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