Colorado River - Laughlin Fish Report for 9-26-2018
Anglers Continue to Catch a Variety of Fish
Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Anglers continue to catch a variety of fish, though fishing has slowed overall. Rainbow trout are hanging out around docks and in marshy coves. Rooster Tails and other spinners are generally a good bait choice. If you are getting bites and no hooks ups, try switching to worms. For catfish and stripers, anchovies are the go to bait. With weather and water levels being unpredictable, shore fishing seems to be the best option. Black bass are biting on dark colored jigs below Casino Row.
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