Largemouth & Bluegills are still biting at Las Vegas Ponds

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


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-10-2013
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Largemouth bass and bluegills are still taking night crawlers and mealworms in most of the ponds. Using smaller hooks, sizes eight, 10 or 12, and lighter line will help improve chances of hooking into these wily fish. Catfish action has been best early in the morning and after dark. The next catfish stocking will be the week of Oct. 21. There is still availability for the Introduction to Fly Fishing class at Floyd Lamb Park on Oct. 19. Registration is required for the class. Contact Ivy Santee at 486-5127 X3503 for more information.


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