The Striper bite in Laughlin NV is slow but the Rainbows more than make up for it

Colorado River - Laughlin - Laughlin, NV

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

The striper bait in Laughlin NV is slow but rainbow trout are providing anglers with good action. A pair of anglers recently checked in with bows pushing past the four-pound threshold. Trout are biting in the Davis Camp area, along Casino Row and near Rotary Park. The last trout plant of the year will take place March 12.

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