The Nevada Department of Wildlife has begun its summer catfish plants

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


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-6-2022
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The Nevada Department of Wildlife has begun its summer catfish plants. The agency stocked channel catfish in the Las Vegas area community fishing ponds this week. The fish have shown the most interest in stink baits and night crawlers fished right off the bottom. Trout fishing has come to an end but bluegill are nipping lines in the late mornings. Bluegill will bite chartreuse flies and night crawler pieces off the bottom.

 





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