Black Bass Action is Picking Up

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Black bass action is picking up in the Las Vegas Bay and Callville Bay areas. Anglers are reporting success using topwater lures, spinners, and crankbaits, all in shad patterns. Anglers targeting striped bass are seeing the most action early in the morning or just after sunset. Live shad and anchovies are the baits of choice. Bluegill can still be found biting worms in the shallow coves of Government Wash.

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