Striped bass in the one-to-three-pound range are taking anchovies along the shorelines

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
1-5-2022
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Striped bass in the one-to-three-pound range are taking anchovies along the shorelines of the Colorado River. Pencil Poppers and Glide Baits are taking hits from larger fish. Black bass are hiding in deep pockets. Some anglers are having luck tempting them with ChatterBaits and flashy spinners. Look for trout hiding in underwater vegetation and boulders, in small pools along the shoreline, or within other areas where the current is slower.





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