Shore Anglers Are Finding Good Action For Rainbow Trout

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Shore anglers are finding good action for rainbow trout following a recent fish plant. Spinnerbaits with flashes of gold, blue, or red are working well. Night crawlers and PowerBait are reliable backups. The striped bass bite is slow all along the river. Anglers are trying a variety of spinners, swimbaits, and live bait to attract the fish. Black bass activity has picked up around Laughlin Lagoon as the fish prepare to spawn. If you accidentally catch a razorback, please handle it carefully and release it immediately.

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