• LAKE MEAD — The Vegas Wash area continues to produce fair-sized stripers. Typical baits are cut anchovies, sardines and squid.
Boulder Beach has been slow, with only a few stripers caught after the last trout plant.
In the Overton Arm, Stewart’s Point has been producing stripers on anchovies and cut baits. This area also produces good largemouth and smallmouth fishing.
• LAKE MOHAVE — Trout fishing slowed last weekend, with only two trout reported. Both were caught on a Daredevil spoon and a jig.
Anglers fishing for stripers downriver caught fish weighing between 3 and 21 pounds. All were caught using AC plugs or other trout imitations.
Striper fishing at Cottonwood Cove remains fair to good for shore and boat anglers. Anglers continue to catch stripers in the 2- to 6-pound range while trolling with cut bait like anchovies and sardines. Catfish and smaller stripers in the 12- to 15-inch range are taking cut bait. Largemouth bass from 11/2 to 5 pounds have been taking top-water and shallow-diving lures.
• LAS VEGAS URBAN PONDS — Trout anglers have been successful using PowerBait, small lures and flies. Catfish plants will begin in mid-April.
• KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Fishing has been fair for shore anglers and good for boat anglers, with trout averaging 14 inches at Adams-McGill Reservoir. Haymeadow and Cold Springs reservoirs have been producing mostly planters with a few carry-over fish from last fall’s trout plants.
• EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Trout fishing has been fair to good using worms and PowerBait.
• ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Successful anglers have been catching rainbow trout off the dam.