Many Anglers are Waiting for Reprieve From High Winds

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-28-2021
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Many anglers are waiting for reprieve from high winds. In the Boulder Basin, stripers, catfish, and black bass bites are steadily picking up. Anchovies are working well for both stripers and catfish, while a variety of plastics are producing black bass bites. Anglers in the Virgin Basin are attempting to zone in on schools of crappie. The fish are showing a preference for 2- or 3-inch minnows.



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