More Consistent Action a Few Hours Before Sunset

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-4-2020
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Stripers are still boiling throughout the Las Vegas Bay and the Temple Bar area. Anglers are reporting more consistent action a few hours before sunset. Live shad is the bait of choice, but topwater lures are landing nice catches too. Black bass are most active in the morning in the back of coves with heavy vegetation. Smallies are taking soft plastics and walking baits, while largemouth seem to be more interested in crankbaits or spinners. For catfish try corn or anchovies fished off the bottom in Government Wash or near the Hemenway Fishing Pier.



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