River anglers are enjoying an increase in striper activity

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

River anglers are enjoying an increase in striper activity. They are catching the fish from both boat and shore. Live bait is preferred, but bright and flashy jerkbaits are an excellent alternative. Smallmouth bass are hanging out in shaded areas with an abundance of vegetation. The fish are quick to bite a variety of lures in blue, green, and red.

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