Striped Bass Continue To Hit Topwater Lures

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
11-11-2020
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Striped bass continue to hit topwater lures throughout the morning hours in the Boulder Basin. Largemouth bass activity is being reported in the shallows with the fish taking chatterbaits, soft plastics, and Whopper Ploppers. Anglers are catching catfish up to 5 pounds around Hemenway after sunset. Few reports have come in from the Virgin Basin or Overton Arm. Black bass and striped bass action is hit and miss near Echo Bay. Expect fishing patterns to change due to the drop in temperatures.



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