Beatty Urban Pond

Beatty Urban Pond, also known as Bombo’s Pond, is located just south of the town of Beatty in Nye County on BLM land. The area has historical mining activity and the pond was later created as a quarry for road construction.

Type of water
Community Pond
Fishing Report

Nevada Department of Wildlife surveyed the pond last week and found trout, bass, and bluegill. Gold spinners, Kastmasters, and worms are working best for enticing the fish in this pond.


Beatty Urban Pond Angler Information Guide


Stocking Updates

Stocked Species Inches Date Stocked Year to Date
1335 Rainbow Trout9.602-07-20244367
1533Rainbow Trout 9.511-20-20233032
1499Rainbow Trout9.503-06-20231499

Pertinent Information

The pond is approximately 3 acres, is spring fed, and covered heavily with cattails along the shoreline. There are a few openings to fish from shore or you can use a float tube or kayak to gain access to open water. Small spinners, Power Bait, salmon eggs, and flies are effective for rainbow trout. It is stocked with rainbow trout, but the pond also contains resident largemouth bass and catfish from previous stockings sometime after its construction in 1977. Use the typical lures such as plastic worms or spinner baits for bass and stink baits such as chicken liver for catfish. There is no campground or amenities, but campers disperse throughout the area.