Rainbows Are Most Active in Morning & Afternoons

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Swimbaits and Glide Baits in trout patterns are producing striped bass catches along the river. One lucky angler landed a 17-pound striper below Big Bend State Recreation Area using his favorite swimbait. Rainbow trout are most active in the mornings and afternoons. The fish are looking for pink and orange PowerBait, mice tails or worms fished in the shadows.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, January 27th
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report
Lake Mead: Black Bass Are Slowly Becoming More Active
Lake Mohave: Lake Mohave Fishing Report
Colorado River - Laughlin: Kayak Anglers are Reporting Larger Stripers
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Conditions Across the Reservoirs are Questionable
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Much of the Lake Still Has Ice
Echo Canyon Reservoir: The Reservoir is Still Mostly Covered by Thin Ice