Southern Nevada Fishing Report
For information about fishing classes visit
https://register-ed.com/programs/nevada/210-angler-education. Anglers 12 years
of age and older will need a valid Nevada fishing license to participate in
NDOW is asking boaters to take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of quagga mussels from the Colorado River system to other waters. Thoroughly clean, drain and dry your boat, trailer and towing vessel before traveling to another water.
nighttime temperatures are slowing down the growth of aquatic vegetation. It
should begin to clear up soon. Crappie have been taking jigs and plastics. Trout
and bass are hitting on spinners and night crawlers.
trout bite is improving with overnight temperatures dropping. Anglers are
catching trout in the morning and bass or crappie throughout the day. The bass
and crappie are hitting spinning lures and plastics.
had a great weekend as weather cooperated for the monthly Striper Club tournament.
Striper boils were popping up all over the lake. Anglers experienced in
catching live bait are finding the best action for striped bass. The best
fishing has been taking place during the overnight hours with action slowing
down by 7 a.m. Anglers are also catching catfish, bass, and crappie out of Echo
Bay. Catfish have mainly been taking anchovies but are also hitting worms. Bass
are biting on weighted plastics at the edge of deep vegetation.
Willow Beach Fish Hatchery plants trout at Willow Beach every Friday
year-round. Trout anglers catch the fish with a variety of baits, including
worms, PowerBait and lures. Striped bass key in on the trout, so trout
imitations are a good choice. Further south, catfish have been hanging in the
backs of coves with anglers having the most success at night. The Cottonwood
Cove area has been productive. Anglers are using light-colored spinnerbaits for
black bass but also have caught catfish with them. Most of the bass are hitting
plastic baits near the edges of coves.
bass are taking anchovies and deep diving lures from Casino Row through Big
Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area. Boaters and shore fishermen are
both catching fish. Catfish are biting in areas with heavy vegetation. The rainbow trout bite is slow, but the fish
are taking worms and spinners.
WAYNE E. KIRCH WMA
Dacey, trout have been taking a variety of spinners and spoons, as well as
PowerBait and night crawlers. Action on Adams-McGill continues to be steady for
bass despite seasonal weed growth. Bass are hitting plastics and flies. The Woolly
Bugger is always a good choice. With temperatures starting to cool, dove
hunters on the area may find some good hunting as well good fishing.
at the ponds has been good for bluegill, bass, and catfish. The best action
continues to be in the morning and at sunset. Catfish are taking worms and
hotdogs. Bluegill are hitting on worm pieces and PowerBait grubs. Large and
small bass are hitting on Rat-L-Traps and plastics.