• LAKE MEAD — Anglers continue to catch stripers using top-water lures and cut baits in the Vegas Wash arm. Catfish are biting on anchovies and stink baits on the bottom.
Anglers reported catching largemouth and smallmouth bass near Stewarts Point last weekend.
Boulder Beach and Hemenway have been slow.
• LAKE MOHAVE — Anglers reported catching two stripers weighing between 15 and 20 pounds each while using AC Plugs downriver from Willow Beach.
Trout fishing has been good on and around the fishing pier immediately following Friday trout plants. Baits of choice include PowerBait, salmon eggs and flies.
Fishing at Cottonwood Cove is good for catfish and fair for stripers. Catfish up to 4 pounds are being caught on anchovies and PowerBait in the coves during low light conditions.
Diligent anglers are pulling in stripers up to 6 pounds north of the marina while using anchovies during morning and evening hours.
• URBAN PONDS — Nevada Department of Wildlife plans call for catfish to be stocked in all urban ponds Aug. 6.
This is the best time for bluegill fishing. Anglers are catching the panfish on worms.
• KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — A Las Vegas bass club reported catching several bass at all reservoirs using an assortment of lures. Fish are in the tules and feeding on dragon flies and damsel flies. Trout have become lethargic due to warm water.
• EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Due to a recent algae bloom, water clarity is poor. But anglers continue to catch their limit during low light hours.
• ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Anglers are catching their limit of bass and crappie. Bass fishing is best during low light conditions while using lures. Crappie anglers are most successful with flies. Trout fishing is slow.