• LAKE MEAD — Fishing success has been as sporadic as good weather. Striper action has been fair in the Vegas Bay Arm. Cut baits such as anchovies, sardines and squid have been catching the fish.
Boulder Beach has been slow again for shore and boat anglers.
Anglers have had success in the Overton Arm, near Stewart’s Point, for stripers and largemouth bass.
• LAKE MOHAVE — Trout fishing was slow at Willow Beach last weekend. But anglers fishing for stripers reported catching 4- to 6-pound fish using Bomber Long A’s, AC plugs and rubber trout lures.
Fishing at Cottonwood Cove has been fair to good for shore and boat anglers. The best time to fish has been in the mornings and evenings when the winds are not a nuisance. Anglers trolling and still-fishing with anchovies, sardines and squid continue to catch stripers in the 2- to 6-pound range. Catfish between 2 and 5 pounds continue to bite on cut baits. Largemouth and smallmouth bass continue to take top-water and shallow-diving lures.
• URBAN PONDS — The Nevada Department of Wildlife stocked catfish in all of the Clark County urban ponds on April 16. That gives anglers the opportunity to catch catfish and trout before the weather gets too hot.
• KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Trout fishing has been good on all reservoirs with typical PowerBaits, lures and flies. One angler had success on a green, seal fur fly pattern. Largemouth bass should become more active with the warmer weather.
• EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Trout anglers have been catching fish on worms and PowerBait.
• ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Fishing should improve following Tuesday’s trout plant. This is generally the most productive time of year since water levels are still good.