Lake Mead Fish Report for 6-27-2018
Stripers were Boiling at Sunrise Saturday!
Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV
by Aaron Meier
Stripers were boiling at sunrise Saturday. They are hitting on silver jerkbaits, shad patterns and trout imitations. Anchovies caught both striped bass and catfish off the Hemenway Fishing Pier on Saturday, which also happened to be World Fishing Day. Worms fished off the bottom also are working for catfish. Bluegill are lurking near the pier as well. Bass are still hitting soft plastics outside of Echo Bay and around the Boulder Islands
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