ad-fullscreen

Nevada fishing report, May 21, 2014

LAKE MEAD — Reports were light from anglers on the Nevada side but a few heading out of South Cove were pleased with the results of their outing. A total of 79 striped bass were caught with most weighing in at 2 to 3 pounds and a few pushing over four. Rat-L-Traps were the lure of choice. Best time to be on the water for stripers is at grey light or from sunset until dark. The afternoon has been better for largemouth and smallmouth bass.

LAKE MOHAVE — Smallmouth bass remain the top fish among those anglers who are catching. Working the rocky shelves with various lures is producing the best results for these fish. The average fish has been coming in at just under 3 pounds. Striped bass in the area of Willow Beach are still making their presence known and a few lucky anglers are bringing in fish in the double digit range. Trout imitation lures have been the most effective.

LAUGHLIN — Striped bass action has been consistent in most pockets along this stretch of the river. Anchovies have been the bait of choice and the fish caught are averaging from 1 to 3 pounds. One local angler brought in nine bluegill — some pushing the 1-pound mark — while fishing with night crawlers near Laughlin Bay. With the sunfish starting to nest, action should continue to improve for these feisty fish.

URBAN PONDS — Catfish were planted in the ponds at Floyd Lamb, Lorenzi, Sunset and Veterans Memorial parks May 14 and averaged 13.5 inches. Please keep in mind that the only live bait allowed in the ponds are night crawlers or mealworms. With the exception of salmon eggs, no part of any fish may be used in these waters.

EAGLE VALLEY RESERVOIR — Despite heavy rains and winds that moved through the area, fishing was excellent over the weekend. Anglers have been catching rainbow, tiger and brown trout, with many of the browns averaging from 13 to 15 inches in length. The hot lure for these fish was a white spinner bait.

ECHO CANYON RESERVOIR — The action over the weekend was smoking for the Hunter and Angler Education volunteers who descended upon the park for training. Larry Brinker, (NDOW hunter education instructor) caught and released over 20 bass in a one hour period. Included in his catch was a 4.5-pound largemouth. The crappie action was fast for anglers using small jigs in both pink-and-white and green-and-white colorations.

section-ads_high_impact_4
TOP NEWS
News Headlines
pos-2 — ads_infeed_1
post-4 — ads_infeed_2
Local Spotlight
Home Front Page Footer Listing
Circular
You May Like

You May Like