Rainbow Trout Are Quick To Bite

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
12-9-2020
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Rainbow trout are quick to bite floating mice tails in green or yellow. Swimbaits in trout and shad patterns are catching striped bass of all sizes when thrown from shore. Catfish activity is picking up in marshy areas. Stink baits and anchovies are the go-to baits.



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