Stripers picking up.

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

Photo Credit: NDOW staff

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The Laughlin Lagoon remains the hotspot for black bass catches. Anglers are reporting bites on a variety of jerkbaits, trout swimbaits, and softs plastics. Striper activity is also picking up with the warmer weather. Most fish are between 1-3 pounds, but one lucky angler caught a 25-pounder along Casino Row. Anchovies are the bait of choice for stripers of all sizes.

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