Lake Mead Fish Report for 6-13-2018
Most are Fishing at First Light and at Dusk!
Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Summerlike temperatures are pushing anglers off the water during the day. Most are fishing at first light and at dusk. Look for stripers lurking near shallow benches surrounded by deeper water. That is where they are waiting to feed on bait fish. Largemouth bass are making their presence known and have shown up in many coves throughout the Government Wash area. Some anglers have found success with a Rapala minnow. Bluegill are biting on worms in Kingman Wash.
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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, June 13th
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Bright Colors are the Ticket!
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Good Fishing Greeted Participants at Saturday’s Free Fishing Day!
Lake Mohave: Plastic Baits Have Been Fooling Black Bass!
Colorado River - Laughlin: This Stretch of the River has been Hot for Stripers and Trout.
Urban Ponds: Stocked Catfish and Bluegills!
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Tuesday, June 5th
Lake Mead: Night Fishing working Best!
Lake Mohave: Black Bass Action is Good!
Colorado River - Laughlin: Fishing Continues to Improve Below Davis Dam.
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Bluegill, Bass and Catfish Have All Been Active in Recent Days!
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: The Fish are Taking a Wide Variety of Baits.
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Fishing has Been Excellent!
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Rainbow Trout, Bass and Crappie Action has Been Very Good!
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