■Â LAKE MEAD — The Overton Arm has been productive for striped, largemouth and smallmouth bass. Fishing has been good from boat and shore. Fish tend to move, so if one location isn’t working, try somewhere else. Fishing in the Vegas Wash area has been fair. Though winds have made fishing difficult, a few anglers managed to catch stripers using cut anchovies and live shad. Largemouth and smallmouth anglers are catching fish using hardware. Temple Bar has been fishing well.
■Â LAKE MOHAVE — Fishing has slowed and is considered fair to poor. High winds and high temperatures are making fishing difficult. Anglers reported minimal success for smallmouth and largemouth bass. Catfish action continues to be sporadic, with large fish showing up occasionally.
■Â LAS VEGAS URBAN PONDS — Anglers are catching bluegill at Floyd Lamb Park ponds. Trout are biting on PowerBait, lures and flies at Floyd Lamb and Sunset parks. Catfish have been fair to slow at urban ponds. The next catfish plant is set for next week.
■Â KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA — Water temperatures have been fluctuating from the low 50s to 60 degrees. The bass bite is expected to be fair to good with warmer water temperatures. Trout fishing continues to be good using several methods, including still-fishing with PowerBait, throwing lures and casting flies.
■Â EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Fishing continues to be good at this Lincoln County reservoir. Anglers are catching trout using PowerBait or worms. Fly fishers are catching fish using brown and purple woolly patterns.
■Â ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — The crappie bite is taking off. Anglers are catching crappie off the dam using jigs or flies. Brown-and-white or brown-and-pepper woolly buggers are good patterns. Trout and bass are taking the bait. Worms will catch bass, and worms and PowerBait are catching trout. Garlic-scented PowerBait has been catching trout, too.