Lake Mead Fishing Report

Lake Mead - Boulder City, NV


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
4-3-2018
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Windy conditions will be disruptive to the quality of fishing anglers have been enjoying since daytime temperatures began to climb. Cooler waters in the shallows have pushed many bass off of beds and stripers are moving to deeper water. Largemouth and smallmouth bass will resume spawning activity with the next wave of warmer temperatures. Other fish will join them when that happens and anglers should find good fishing.

 



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