Lake Mohave Fish Report for 10-14-2021
Water levels are low for fall razorback sucker conservation activities
Lake Mohave - Cottonwood Cove, NV
by Nevada Department of Wildlife
Water levels are low for fall razorback sucker conservation activities, making the boat launch inaccessible to many vessels. Shore anglers and kayakers have had some luck landing striped bass up to 12 pounds. Rainbow trout action is expected to pick up with cooler weather. PowerBait and worms are the go-to baits for trout this time of year. Anglers have reported catching black bass and stripers at the south end of the reservoir. Largemouth are biting soft plastics in the shallows. Smallies are taking walking baits in the early morning. For a striper bite, try locating coves with signs of shad. Crankbaits and topwater lures in shad patterns will attract the fish in those areas.
Anglers are enjoying an increase in black bass action throughout Las Vegas Bay. Both largemouth and smallmouth are taking a...... Read More
Nevada Department of Wildlife Reportsfor Wednesday, October 6th, 2021
Lake Mead: The black bass bite is picking up
Lake Mohave: Transitions into fall weather patterns are resulting in an increase in black bass activity
Colorado River - Laughlin: Rainbow trout are keeping anglers busy on the river.
Las Vegas Urban Ponds: Anglers reported good fishing over the weekend
Kirch Wildlife Management Area: Trout fishing should be good throughout the day
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Trout action is getting even better than it has been
: NDOW Southern Fishing Report
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