Black Bass Action is Beginning to Pick Up

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Black bass action is beginning to pick up near the Laughlin Lagoon. The fish are showing a preference for soft, light-colored swimbaits. Stripers up to 8 pounds are chasing trout swimbaits just south of Casino Row. Be sure you can properly identify all game and non-game fish species in the river. The razorback sucker is a native and endangered species that is beginning to spawn. If you accidentally catch a razorback, please handle it carefully and release it immediately.

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