Lake Mohave Fish Report for 9-12-2018
Striped Bass are Being Caught Near Willow Beach
Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Catfish have been hanging out in the backs of coves and anglers are finding the best action for these fish at night. Anglers are using light colored spinners for black bass but have brought in catfish on them as well. The largemouth bass bite has been slow. Striped bass are being caught near Willow Beach or in coves. Most of the action is taking place during the early morning hours. Bluegill and Redear Sunfish are taking small jigs and night crawler pieces.
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