• LAKE MEAD — Fishing for stripers in the Vegas Wash has been productive for anglers using cut anchovies. Hemenway has been slow, with no trout or stripers. Fishing has been good in the Echo Bay area for largemouth and stripers. Anglers have been catching stripers with cut bait in the meadows area across from Overton and Stewarts Point.
• LAKE MOHAVE — Anglers have been catching their limit of trout at Willow Beach, with the average fish at 12 inches. Baits of choice include PowerBait, PowerWorms, salmon eggs and small lures. Mornings and afternoons have been the best time for trout. Striper fishing has been slow, although a few large fish, some at 20 pounds, still are being caught. Trout also are biting at Aztec near the stocking sites.
Fishing at Cottonwood Cove has been poor to fair for shore and boat anglers. Only a few anglers landed stripers in the 2- to 4-pound range. Anchovies still are the bait of choice in the morning. Action has been slow for largemouth bass and catfish.
• LAUGHLIN — Fishing was good over the weekend at Big Bend State Park. Fly anglers did well with streamer patterns for stripers and largemouth bass.
• URBAN PONDS — Fishing continues to be good with PowerBait, worms, lures and flies. The Nevada Department of Wildlife stocked ponds in Las Vegas and Boulder City on Tuesday.
• KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Small areas of open water on Dacey and Adams-McGill reservoirs have provided good fishing for holdover rainbows. Because of poor road conditions, high-clearance, four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended. Ice conditions are poor.
• EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Anglers still are ice fishing. It is slushy on top, so use extreme caution when on the ice. Drilling around the dock is a safe option.
• ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Open areas have provided fishing opportunities along the edge. Carry-over trout should be hungry and looking for food in shallow water.