■ LAKE MEAD – Anglers have found action for smallmouth and largemouth bass when it’s not windy. Fishing in the Overton Arm has been especially good in recent days. Two anglers caught more than 20 fish during a morning outing, some pushing the 4-pound mark. Striper fishermen are having success for 1- to 2-pounders in the Temple bar area and the Vegas Wash. Cut anchovies and sardines are catching the fish. A few stripers have been taken in the Hemenway area, some reportedly more than 10 pounds.
■ LAKE MOHAVE – Anglers continue to find fair to good action for largemouth bass. Jigs and plastics have been catching the fish. Trolling has been successful for striped bass from the Cottonwood Cove area south. Striper action near Willow Beach is improving. A.C. Plugs, Spros and other trout imitations are working. Trout fishing is good after the weekly plants.
■ LAUGHLIN – Striper and catfish action continues to improve in the river from Davis Dam south. Fishing for rainbow trout has slowed.
■ URBAN PONDS – Fishing has been good at Floyd Lamb Park, with anglers finding success for bass and bluegill. Bluegill also are on the agenda at Sunset Park and Veterans Memorial Park. Catfish action has slowed. There is a three-fish limit at urban ponds.
■ KIRCH WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA – The bass bite has been pretty good. They have been hitting plastics and small spinners. Trout anglers will find the fish rising late in the afternoon and just before dark.
■ EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR – Anglers have been catching largemouth bass along the weed beds and in the upper end of the reservoir, but most of the catch is comprised of tiger and rainbow trout. Various colors of PowerBait, spinners, flies and night crawlers are catching the fish.
■ ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR – Planter trout are keeping anglers busy at this Lincoln County Reservoir. As water temperatures warm, work the deep water along the dam. The crappie bite remains fair to good.