Colorado River - Laughlin Fish Report for 6-20-2018
Anchovies are a Top Bait for Both Stripers and Catfish!
Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV
by Aaron Meier
Fishing remains good for schooling striped bass averaging about 2 pounds. Some of the best action has been found from Davis Dam south through Casino Row. One local angler brought in an 11-pound catfish just north of Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area. Anchovies are a top bait for both stripers and catfish
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