Lake Mead Fish Report for 9-20-2018
Striper Fishing Remains Good
Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Striper fishing remains good. Anglers are catching the line sides outside of Callville Bay and in the vicinity of Boulder Beach. Morning and sunset hours continue to be the most productive times of day. Poppers and Rooster Tails are catching both stripers and black bass. The black bass are hiding along drop-offs about 20 feet down. As temperatures begin to cool, bass will move into shallower water closer to the shoreline. Catfish are biting on anchovies during the overnight hours.
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