* LAKE MEAD — Anglers are catching pan-size stripers while still-fishing with cut anchovies off the points at Government Wash and at Crawdad Cove. Live shad and shad imitations continue to take stripers near Boulder Harbor and the Hemenway fishing point.
* LAKE MOHAVE — Action for shore and boat anglers is good to very good. Coves within walking distance of the Cottonwood Cove marina are yielding small stripers and catfish. Boaters are landing bigger fish, with stripers weighing up to 10 pounds and catfish as large as 6 pounds. One group netted several fish that each weighed more than 20 pounds while fishing north of the marina. They were using large plugs. Some are finding moderate success for largemouth bass with top-water and shallow-diving lures.
* LAS VEGAS URBAN PONDS — Small brown flies, such as the Pheasant Tail and Hare’s Ear nymphs, are catching stocked rainbows when fished below a strike indicator at Floyd Lamb and Veterans Memorial parks. Anglers can use a clear plastic bubble instead of the indicator when fishing with traditional equipment. Traditional baits such as salmon eggs, PowerBait, PowerEggs and spinners are working. Anglers throwing spinners have had success using an intermittent retrieve (start-stop-start-stop). Fishing is slow at Sunset Park. Focus on the south end of the pond.
* EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Fishing is steady and picking up for brown trout. Browns and tigers are hitting lures. Spinners, worms and white PowerBait are taking rainbow trout.
* ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Low water conditions continue. Look for trout in deep water near the dam.
* KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Anglers and hunters should expect to find skim ice in the early mornings. Fishing for trout has been fair.