LAKE MEAD — Stormy weather conditions have kept many anglers at home. The Vegas Bay arm continues to produce schooling stripers for anglers using cut bait. Shore anglers have found success with surface plugs in the saddle Cove and Hemenway areas. At least four fish weighing between 17 and 20 pounds have been caught at B-5 Road. Trout fishermen have found success for stocked rainbows following weekly plants by the Nevada Department of Wildlife.

LAKE MOHAVE — Weather conditions have slowed fishing activity, although some anglers have caught stripers north of Cottonwood Cove. Tournament anglers have caught largemouth bass as far north as Nevada Bay. Little activity is taking place south of Cottonwood. There is no report for Willow Beach.

LAS VEGAS URBAN PONDS — PowerBait trout worms, flies and white crappie jigs have taken stocked rainbow trout. Small spinners and lures have been productive. The limit is three fish.

LAUGHLIN — Anglers have found good fishing for stocked rainbow trout on the Colorado River north of casino row. Night crawlers, PowerBait, spinners and Rapala’s lures have been productive.

EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Anglers have been pulling tiger and rainbow trout through the ice. Most of the fish have been caught on PowerBait or worms fished 2 or 3 feet below the ice. Temperatures have been cold, and recent storms have brought fresh snow.

ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Winter storms and cold temperatures have provided solid ice conditions. Anglers are trying their luck despite low water levels.

KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — The reservoirs are about 90 percent covered with ice. Anglers have reeled in rainbow trout from Cold Springs and Haymeadow reservoirs. Rainbow PowerBait with glitter has been taking the fish.

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