Catfish are Biting on Almost Anything!

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Aaron Meier
7-25-2018
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Like the weather, fishing has been somewhat unpredictable. With constantly high temperatures, fish are moving out from shore during the daytime and coming closer in at night. Early risers are seeing striper boils in and around coves. Striped bass are biting on anchovies and threadfin shad, while black bass are hitting poppers and plastics. Catfish are biting on almost anything, but mostly at night. Stink baits, night crawlers, anchovies and shad will catch the fish when fished off the bottom.



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