Between Storms, Fishing has Been Good!

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
8-13-2018
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Heavy winds and powerful summer thunderstorms slowed fishing down over the weekend.  Between storms, fishing has been good from boat or shore for striped bass, black bass, and catfish.  Deep coves with vegetation are hiding all these warm water species.  Stripers and catfish are taking anchovies.



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