Fish Have Been Active Near Shelves in Coves

Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Willow Beach boaters are catching stripers as large as 10-pounds. The bite is hit and miss, but persistent anglers are having the most success with swimbaits in the early morning. Rainbow trout anglers are catching fish when using plastic tubes and PowerBait. Further south, black bass are showing signs of pre-spawning activity. The fish are active near shelves in coves concentrated near Cottonwood Basin and Davis Dam. A variety of crankbaits, swimbaits, and soft plastics are taking hits.

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