Warm water temperatures have had catfish and bluegill are moving around

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

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Warm water temperatures have had catfish and bluegill moving around more throughout the day. Anglers are finding catfish and bluegill to be interested in stink baits and cut hot dogs. Some sunfish may be less interested in eating if they are actively spawning.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, April 24th

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