Fishing action is steady for bluegill and catfish in the ponds
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Fishing action is steady for bluegill and catfish in the ponds. Catfish are biting on night crawlers and hot dog pieces around sunset. The bass bite has slowed down. The Nevada Department of Wildlife began its seasonal trout plants at the community fishing ponds in the Las Vegas Valley this week. Floyd Lamb, Sunset, and Veterans Memorial parks all received fish. Cold Creek also received a load of fish. Stocked rainbows love night crawler pieces, PowerBait, and marshmallows.
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, November 10th
Lake Mead: Callville Bay and Echo Bay areas are hotspots for black bass
Lake Mohave: Reports of striper boils are coming from the south end of Mohave
Colorado River - Laughlin: Rainbow trout plants continue at various locations