Striped Bass Action is Picking Up

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
7-29-2020
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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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