Anglers are enjoying an increase in black bass action

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Anglers are enjoying an increase in black bass action throughout Las Vegas Bay. Both largemouth and smallmouth are taking a mix of topwater lures and crankbaits in shad and trout patterns. Soft plastics in green pumpkin and watermelon are working well too. Striped bass are showing a preference for walking baits and live shad if you can net them. Boils are being reported throughout the area of Temple Bar from first light to about noon. The Boulder Beach fishing pier is a hotspot for catfish when using stink baits and worms.

More Reports

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Thursday, October 14th, 2021
Lake Mohave: Water levels are low for fall razorback sucker conservation activities
Colorado River - Laughlin: ost action has been reported downriver, south of Big Bend
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Fishing has been sluggish
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: . Variable weather and high winds have made it challenging
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Anglers have been doing well from shore
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Rainbow trout have been biting well
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report