■ LAKE MEAD — The lake has been hit and miss, with anglers finding everything from poor to good action. Stripers are keying in on schools of shad. Boating anglers are catching stripers on cut anchovies and sardines, as are shore anglers at Hole 33. The nighttime bite has been good near Temple Bar. Largemouth bass are beginning to hit plastics in about 5 to 20 feet of water. Catfish are showing up in the coves and hitting cut anchovies fished on the bottom.
■ LAKE MOHAVE — Anglers are beginning to see larger stripers moving into the Willow Beach area. Anglers also have been catching largemouth bass during the early-morning and late-afternoon hours in coves north of Cottonwood. Overall striper action has been poor. Catfish are on the bottom.
■ URBAN PONDS — Trout fishing is fair and will continue to slow as remaining planters are caught. Anglers can expect catfish action to pick up after Tuesday’s plant, the first of the warm-water season.
■ KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Fishing has been good, though afternoon winds have been keeping some anglers away. Anglers can fish from shore or watercraft. The first road south of the management area has been bladed and is well maintained for travel.
■ EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Anglers have been catching several carry-over trout using PowerBait or flies. The Nevada Department of Wildlife should be planting fish soon.
■ ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — Bass and trout are actively hitting baits at this small reservoir located east of Pioche in Lincoln County. For bass, fish during the warmer parts of the day.