■ LAKE MEAD — Anglers are having success with smallmouth and largemouth bass, but the striped bass bite has been slow. With the fish hanging out in shallow water, some fishermen are catching bass from the shoreline.
■ LAKE MOHAVE — Boaters and shore anglers are finding fair action. Fishermen targeting largemouth bass have been catching fish from 1 to 4 pounds using top-water and shallow-diving lures.
■ URBAN PONDS — Nevada Department of Wildlife plans call for catfish plants today at Lorenzi, Floyd Lamb, Sunset and Veterans Memorial parks. Generally, good bait choices include night crawlers, commercial stink baits, chicken liver and hot dog chunks. Whisker fish are bottom-feeders, so that’s where you want your bait to be.
■ KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Anglers are being rewarded with fast action for rainbow trout. Adams-McGill, Cold Springs and Haymeadow reservoirs have been giving up fish in the 15-inch range. PowerBait, worms and small spinners have been productive baits. Largemouth bass are hitting at Dacey Reservoir.
■ EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Murky water conditions are beginning to clear, and fishing is picking up. Tiger trout are hitting red and white spinners at the upper end of the reservoir. Rainbow trout are hitting on worms and PowerBait. Stocking plans called for a trout plant this week, and the campground is completely open.
■ ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — The reservoir is completely full, and the water is clearing as the spring runoff slows. The NDOW planted rainbow trout last week, and anglers are catching fish along the dam. The campground is completely open.