Striped Bass Action is Picking Up

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Anglers are reporting that striped bass action is picking up along the Colorado River. Chatterbaits and poppers fished from shore are producing great fish. One angler reportedly caught a 32-pound striper using a glide bait. Catfish upwards of 8 pounds are taking anchovies off the bottom at all hours of the day. Bass can be found in the calmer waters near vegetation and rocks.

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