• LAKE MEAD — The Vegas Wash arm has been good for catfish and striper fishing. Stripers have been boiling in the early mornings and late afternoons, leading to good top-water action. Cut baits such as anchovies and sardines worked the best.
The Hemenway area has been producing catfish and stripers for boat and shore anglers, though the beaches have seen a slowdown.
Plastics have been taking largemouth and smallmouth bass in the coves near Callville Bay.
• LAKE MOHAVE — Trout were seen but not caught last weekend at Willow Beach. One angler managed to catch trout using Z-Ray lures and worms.
The store at Willow Beach reported anglers were catching stripers between 5 and 15 pounds downriver with AC minnows and plugs.
Fishing has been fair to poor at Cottonwood Cove. A few anglers caught stripers north of the cove while trolling with anchovies. Catfish are still biting anchovies and stinkbaits fished on the bottom.
There was no report on trout or largemouth and smallmouth bass.
• URBAN PONDS — Anglers had success with catfish. Baits of choice were night crawlers, shrimp and hot dogs.
• KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Bass fishing has been good near the weeds. Trout fishing has been good in early mornings and late afternoons.
• EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Trout fishing has been good. Anglers have had success using PowerBait fished off the bottom or suspended below a bobber.
• ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Crappie and bass are biting, and trout fishing has slowed. Multicolored buggers fished with a bobber or strike indicator are producing crappie near the back of the reservoir. Bass fishing has been best during low-light hours using top-water lures.