Laughlin Update

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Trout have been on the elusive side but with some technique and good spotting, anglers are doing ok. The Arizona shore in the area is proving to produce some good trout fishing; with a big Rainbow caught recently weighing 3.14 pounds using Pistol Pete trout flies. It seems this season there are a lot of various spinners that are producing great catches. However, striper bites along the river haven’t really started yet. There are a few being picked up in various parts of the river but it’s been a little slow with some anglers doing ok using anchovies. One Fisherman landed a 13 pound striper and another just close to 7 and half pounds. He was fishing from the Arizona shore in the casino area. The pictures can be found at Rusty’s Riviera Marina.

More Reports

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, March 17th, 2016
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Improved Catch Rates
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Action Picking Up
Lake Mead: Striper Update
Lake Mohave: Fish Is Good
Upper Pahranagat Lake: Try the Upper Marsh
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Rainbows Biting
Colorado River - Willow Beach: No News
: Trout Biting
Angel Lake: No News
Cave Lake: Water Opening Up
Cold Creek Reservoir: Ice Free
Illipah Reservoir: Open Water but Limited
Jakes Creek Reservoir (Boies Reservoir): Plenty of Open Water
Jiggs Reservoir (Zunino Reservoir): No News
Ruby Lake NWR: Fishing is Good
South Fork Reservoir: Good Fishing
Wild Horse Reservoir: Covered with Ice
Willow Creek Reservoir: Low Water Level
Wilson Reservoir: Trout Fishing Fair

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, March 9th, 2016
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Water is Murky
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Reservoir is Full
Lake Mead: Fishing is Good
Lake Mohave: Windy Weather
Colorado River - Laughlin: Rainbows Biting
Upper Pahranagat Lake: Fish Biting
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Ice Unsafe
Colorado River - Willow Beach: No Stocking Lately
: Trout Stocking has Ended