Striped Bass are Biting Best at Sunrise

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-28-2018
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 According to reports, striped bass are biting best at sunrise when they are actively feeding on shad. Shad imitations and swimbaits work well during this time.  Catfish up to 6 pounds are taking anchovies and shad in coves near Callville Bay.  With weather changes that include cloudy days and the chance of rain, expect some variations in fishing results.

 



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