LAKE MEAD — With the passing storms, the lake saw little action last weekend. Anglers reported slow fishing off the docks at Hemenway and Boulder Harbor. Two tournaments took place last weekend for stripers and black bass. Shad are beginning to move to deeper water, making the bass difficult to find.

LAKE MOHAVE — Same story here; no anglers were observed fishing last weekend. However, with good weather ahead, boating anglers should find fair success for stripers while fishing with anchovies between 15 and 45 feet deep. The Nevada Department of Wildlife planted trout at Placer, Cottonwood and Powerline coves (one cove south of Aztec wash) on Tuesday.

LAUGHLIN — Anglers reported good fishing for large rainbows along the Colorado River below Davis Dam. Popular techniques have been using small lures or PowerBait from either boat or shore.

URBAN PONDS — Trout fishing has slowed since the last trout plant. The NDOW stocked trout in ponds Tuesday, which should increase the success rate. The limit is three fish. Baits of choice have been PowerBait and PowerEggs, small lures and small flies.

KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — With ice on all the reservoirs, anglers will find little to no open water for fishing. The ice is too thin for ice fishing. Because of recent weather conditions, it is recommended that sportsmen call the management area (775-238-0240) before visitation.

EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Ice continues to form on the reservoir, but anglers can find open areas to fish. Ice is too thin for ice fishing.

ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Skim ice makes fishing later in the morning a better option.


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