Striper Action Has Slowed Down For Shore Anglers

Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
12-2-2020
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Spinners and PowerBait eggs are working for rainbow trout at Willow Beach. Striper action has slowed down for shore anglers, but kayakers have had some luck using trout swimbaits in the deeper water. On Mohave, striped bass are hitting crankbaits and spoons but are expected to move deeper in the coming week. Anglers are reporting a few smallmouth bass catches on spinners near Davis Dam.



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