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FISHING REPORT

LAKE MEAD — Stripers averaging 2 to 3 pounds have been biting on anchovies in the Vegas Bay arm. Successful anglers will need to look for the fish and fish deep once they find them. There was low pressure with little success at Callville Bay last weekend. The Crawdad Cove road opened again, and trout plants resumed.

LAKE MOHAVE — Trout still are biting on Power Baits, worms and small lures at Willow Beach following plants. Fishing at Cottonwood Cove, for shore and boat anglers, has been fair. Trolling with cut anchovies early to mid-morning has been catching 2- to 5-pound stripers. A few largemouth anglers had success with top water and shallow diving lures. No report on trout or catfish.

LAS VEGAS URBAN PONDS — Fishing continues to be good at the ponds. Trout are taking Power Bait, worms, lures and flies. Keep your offerings small.

KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Open water has provided early fishing opportunities on Adams-McGill, and Cold Springs and Haymeadow have unsafe ice conditions. Fishing should pick up within a month.

EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Though ice still covers this reservoir, it is deteriorating fast. Use caution when approaching the ice.

ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — The reservoir is free of ice and filling up. Anglers have been catching carry-over rainbow trout.

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