Striper Action is Slow on The Colorado River

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
12-30-2020
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Striper action is slow on the Colorado River. Anglers are reporting little success with anchovies and better results with swimbaits in trout patterns. Rainbow trout are favoring a worm and PowerBait combination over spinners. Look for trout in their hiding spots below docks, in shaded areas near brush along the shores, and where slow and fast-moving waters meet.



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