Stripers and Catfish Are Keeping Anglers Busy

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Stripers and catfish have been keeping anglers busy during the early morning hours in the Boulder Basin. Deep diving Rapalas are bringing in smallmouth bass, stripers and even catfish. At the moment, catfish seem to be taking a variety of baits and lures. Live shad and anchovies are always a good option for stripers as well as catfish. Anglers fishing for stripers in Government Wash also have found success with night crawlers. Bluegill also are biting in the Wash. They are taking pieces or worms.

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