The Striper Bite is Steady!

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Aaron Meier
6-20-2018
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The striper bite is steady with anglers finding success fishing shallow in the early morning and then switching to deep-diving lures once the heat picks up. Others have found good results by trolling with gizzard shad through the Vegas Wash area and outside of Boulder Beach. Bluegill are biting on night crawler pieces and small jigs.   

 



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