Transitions into fall weather patterns are resulting in an increase in black bass activity

Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-6-2021
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Transitions into fall weather patterns are resulting in an increase in black bass activity on Lake Mohave. A variety of hard and soft plastics are tempting smallmouth up to 6 pounds. Green pumpkin chigger craws and bluegill crankbaits are two popular choices. In addition, striper anglers are finding fish up to 7 pounds when trolling in at least 20 feet of water near Davis Dam.



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