Shoreline Anglers at Katherine Landing are Having Luck With Black Bass and Striped Bass

Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Shoreline anglers at Katherine Landing are having luck with black bass and striped bass in the early morning hours. Topwater lures and Rat-L-Traps are tempting fish in the coves. On the north end of the lake, black bass are hitting drop shots with soft plastic worms in brown and green. At Willow Beach, striped bass and rainbow trout are the target species. Jointed swimbaits fished from boat or kayak remain the go-to method for landing striper over 10 pounds. For trout, try mice tails and flashy spinners near the fishing pier.

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